4.1 A "Scenario" for Indexing MFS-based SGML and XML

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4.1.1 Introduction

This scenario outlines the index-building steps for a fully compliant SGML MFS database, which consists of multiple tagged SGML files of one document type. This chapter first shows the individual index-building steps that comprise building a complete DLXS index such as that used in Text Class. These individual steps are discussed in a functional sense only. For full details of each index-builder, consult Chapter 3, Detailed Index Building.

4.1.2 Individual Index Building Steps

Several indices actually comprise a complete DLXS index. Each index is created by a specific index-building utility. The XPAT database manager controls the sequence of the individual index-builders, applying them with user-selected parameters from the command line when necessary.

mfsbld -D patents6.dd -o tempfile.mfs

mfsmeta -o sgmltest.str -D patents6.dd

multirgn -o sgmltest -D patents6.dd -t ottmp.tag -meta sgmltesc.str

sgmlrgn -m region -o sgmltest -M sgmltest.str -G patents -D patents6.dd patents6.inp patents6.dd

xpatbld -m 5m -D patents6.dd

patffw -m 5m -o sgmltest -D patents6.dd

patffi -m 5m -o sgmltest -D patents6.dd

The following table explains the command lines above.

4.2 A "Scenario" for Indexing Consolidated SGML

4.3 A "Scenario" for Indexing Consolidated, Valid XML

4.4 A "Scenario" for Indexing Well-formed XML (using multirgn)