Found my copy of Joyce's guide, here's a download link: <>


On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 12:06 PM, Nathan Tallman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hi Jeanette,

There isn't really "web preview" view in Oxygen, but you can use the "author" view, along with some CSS to get a more public friendly display.

If you want to transform your XML into HTML, yes you will need to configure a transformation scenario. Basically, this involves pointing to your stylesheet and telling Oxygen what to do with the resulting files. If you'd like, feel free to contact me off-list and I can send you screen shots of how ours is setup. After it's transformed, you can open up the HTML file in a browser. Depending on what you have going on in your stylesheet/HTML you may have to push it to a local server and view for everything to work properly.


P.S. Didn't Joyce Chapman write a guide to using Oxygen for EAD? I'll try to find it...

On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 11:40 AM, Sewell, Jeanette - HPL <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hello everyone,


We recently made the transition from XMetal to Oxygen for editing finding aids. After exporting the EAD from Archivist’s Toolkit and making edits we previously used the Web Preview in XMetal but have been unsuccessful so far in getting the similar feature to work in Oxygen. I know it involves the Transformation Scenarios tool, but after that I’m stuck. Is there anyone on this listserv who uses Oxygen that can lend a helping “hand”? Thank you!


Jeanette Sewell

Cataloging and Metadata Services

500 McKinney, Houston, TX 77002

(832) 393-1587


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