There are many ways to access DBDOC help from BuildPlus.
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On the Help menu, click Contents
This jumps to the contents (or first) page of the help file.
On the Help menu, click Index
This jumps to the index page of the help file.
On the Help menu, click Search for Help on.
This jumps to the search page of the help file.
On the Help menu, click Go to GMCL help website.
This launches your default browser and goes to the Help page on the GMCL website.
On the Help menu, click Display BuildPlus .nod file location....
This displays the location of crucial files pertaining to projects and BuildRoots. For more information, contact GMCL.
(This is also the location of DBDOC_Components.txt, when the Tool Enumerate DBDOC Components is applied.)
On the Help menu, click Command Line Help.
This shows you the command to use to build the current project from the command line. You can select options to change the way your build will occur.
There are many ways to use this command. For example, you might set up a scheduled build, or configure a batch file to run a DBDOC build.
At any time it is available, contextual help can be obtained by clicking on the ? box in the top right corner of the dialog box, and then clicking on the subject you are wondering about.
On the BuildPlus toolbar, click on , then click on the item you need help with.
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