SetArticle Undefined Command

SETARTICLE File Commands

Sets an article to be internal or external. Internal articles are saved in the document file. External articles store only the article filename and path in the document file.

setarticle [stored] [FILE filepath] [ARTICLE name | DOCUMENT name | WINDOW name | ARTICLEID number]

stored/k Specifies if the article is internal.

Options: INTERNAL | EXTERNAL.

FILE/s The filepath and name of the article.

ARTICLE/s The name of the article to set.

DOCUMENT/s The document name. Default=current.

WINDOW/s The window name. Default=current.

ARTICLEID/i The number of the article.

Default=current.

Examples:

setarticle internal

setarticle external article 'Story1'

setarticle external file 'Essay.2'

setarticle external path 'Text:Essay.2'

 

SetArticle  Command Definition  url:PGScmd/setarticle
  created:2006-03-31 10:52:53   last updated:2006-05-03 11:42:31
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User Contributed Comments For SetArticle
Dan Kilroy wrote...2006-05-03 12:21:23

Script command submitted from PageStream internal documentation. Needs to be checked and merged with the command documentation above.
Gets the {...} .

articleid = SetArticle ({PGS50:[INTERNAL | EXTERNAL]} [FILE file] [NAME name][DESC desc][AUTHOR author][COPYRIGHT copyright] [ARTICLE document:...-article | DOCUMENT document | WINDOW document-window | ARTICLEID id])


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User Contributed Comments For SetArticle