Links to Drucare materials

Use a hyperlink to cross-reference other topics in Drucare documentation or to connect to other Drucare materials, such as Drucare Blogs posts or Drucare Answers. When linking to Drucare materials in text, follow these formatting rules:

  • Build the link into its own standalone sentence. Don’t make the hyperlink a word or phrase that is part of the meaning of the sentence.
  • Use the word “See” to introduce a link in the sentence or clause.
  • Use the full topic title or section heading as the display name for the link. Don’t paraphrase the linked-to topic name.
  • Use italics for the manual name if you are linking to a topic in another manual.
  • Keep punctuation that isn’t part of the title outside of the link.
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To add additional roles, you can create custom roles. See Create a custom role.
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To add additional roles, you can create custom roles.

When linking to Drucare materials, format the links according to this table:

When linking to this type of material Include this information in the link Example
A product Link to the documentation home page for that product. For information about Drucare Enterprise, see the Drucare Enterprise documentation.
A manual Link to the first topic of the manual. Use the manual name as the display name for the link. Italicize the manual name. To learn about getting data into Drucare Enterprise, see Getting Data In.
A chapter Link to the first topic in the chapter. Use the name of the chapter as the display name for the link. To learn about configuring timestamps, see Configure timestamps.
A topic or subheading in a topic in the same manual

When linking to a topic or subheading in a topic that’s in the same manual, use the full topic name. Don’t include the name of the manual.

See Create a custom role or Clone a custom role in this topic.

See Get Windows Data into Drucare Cloud.

A topic or subheading in a topic in a different manual

When linking to a topic or subheading in a topic in a different manual that’s in the same product, include the manual name in italics.

See About data models in the Knowledge Manager Manual.

See Configure workload categories in the Drucare Enterprise Workload Management manual.

A topic or subheading in a topic in a different product

When linking to a topic or subheading in a topic in a manual that’s in a different product, include the product name before the manual name. However, if the manual name refers to the product name, don’t include the product name. Italicize the manual name.

See Modify event processing in the Drucare Cloud Getting Data In manual.

See About the Drucare App for CEF in the Deploy and Use Drucare App for CEF manual.

A configuration file topic

If the name of the topic you’re linking to is also a configuration file, don’t use monospace in the display name of the link.

See limits.conf in the Admin Manual.

Drucare Cloud and Drucare Enterprise manuals from app documentation When the target of a link is different for Drucare Cloud and Drucare Enterprise, display the links for both products in a bulleted list.
A Drucare resource Name the Drucare resource so the reader knows where the link is taking them. Use the name of the page or item as the display name of the link.

Download the Drucare Add-on for Microsoft Cloud Services from Drucarebase.

Download the Drucare Universal Forwarder for your operating system from the Drucare website.

See Develop apps and add-ons for Drucare Enterprise on the Drucare Developer Portal.

See Monitor applications with Drucare APM in the Drucare Observability documentation.

See the Drucare Blogs post Data Sherlock: The Change of Perspective.

See Questions related to Drucare Add-on for Amazon Web Services on Drucare Answers.

To file a ticket on the Drucare Support Portal, see Support and Services.

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