Host different help systems by creating multiple contexts in Apache Tomcat, and configuring different instances of RoboHelp Server (with a single installation) to run on each of these contexts (running on the same IP address and port number, but different context names). This feature is available for all supported operating systems.
Search for topics and baggage files included in a project, and automatically generate an updated index during scheduled scans. The enhanced Adobe® RoboHelp® Server 9 search engine provides exceptional performance for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages.
Simultaneously work on multiple sections of a project, and then automatically merge them together at runtime. Build a project from different parts, and then publish it as a unified online information system. Choose the order you want projects to appear in the index or use the default order.
Take advantage of support for SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, Microsoft Windows Vista, and IPv6 addresses.
Easily configure RoboHelp Server 9 to authenticate administrators and users using Web Administrator and configuration files. Web administrators can open and delete projects; manage users, areas, and projects; view reports; schedule databases; and search.
Segregate help content into protected and public areas, and assign rights to individual users or groups, including view only, publish, or report. Merge projects with similar content into one area, even if they are in multiple languages.
Optimize your content with data tracking—locate areas where users make repeated requests for information, find out which searches are repeated and how users navigate content, and gather operating system and browser data. Based on the tracking and reporting data, you can customize your content to meet user requirements, find information gaps, and improve heading titles.
Work on your own schedule—develop and publish content with automatic project merging. Multiple authors can work on different parts of a project simultaneously, and then publish to the same server to have users view it as a unified online information system.
Easily publish server-based Adobe® FlashHelp® and WebHelp Projects. Enable your audience to provide feedback (comments) via web using AIR Help.
Develop online help systems for the Microsoft .NET Framework.
Take advantage of support for IIS and Apache—host different help systems by creating multiple contexts and configuring different instances of Adobe® RoboHelp® Server. Available on Oracle Database 9i, 10g, and 11g; Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition; Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008; and Microsoft Access 2003, 2007 and 2010 (built-in).
Search content and return results for context-sensitive help with Representational State Transfer (REST) services. Host different help systems by creating multiple contexts in Apache Tomcat and configuring different instances of Adobe® RoboHelp® Server (with single installation) to run on each of these contexts.
Take advantage of support for the following databases: Oracle 9i, 10g, and 11g; Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition; and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008.