OASIS distributes grammar files for a set of domains and constraints.
A designation of (map) after the domain name indicates that the domain only specializes
elements; a designation of (topic) indicates that the domain specializes elements
that are only
available in topic or that it can only be used in topics. A
designation of (map/topic) indicates that the domain specializes elements that are
both maps and topics, so could be used in either even if it is generally intended
for one or the
other. Attribute domains can always be used in both topics and
||For associating content in a map with subjects in a subject
|Conref delayed resolution (map/topic)
||For delaying resolution of @conref or @keyref on some
||Attribute for filtering based on delivery target.
||For filtering a branch of a map.
|Hazard statements (map/topic)
||For providing detailed information about safety hazards.
||For highlighting when the appropriate semantic element does not
||For extended indexing functions such as see and see-also.
|Map group (map)
||Utility elements for use in maps.
||For providing imagemaps, sort
keys, and other useful structures.
Technical content domains
|Abbreviated form (map/topic)
||For linking between a text reference to a
<glossentry> topic. A specialization of <term> to
provide an <abbreviated-form> element.
||For containing equations and providing an integration point for MathML.
|Glossary reference (map)
||For linking from a term to its glossary topic.
||For describing markup.
||For containing MathML markup.
||For describing programming and programming languages.
|Release management (map/topic)
||For describing release management metadata.
||For describing software.
||For enabling use of SVG markup within DITA documents.
|Task requirements (topic)
||For machinery tasks.
|User interface (map/topic)
||For describing elements in a user interface.
|XML mention (map/topic)
||For describing XML constructions.
||For name and addressing metadata based on the xNAL standard.
Technical content constraints
|Machinery task body
||For constraining <taskbody> in the machinery task.
|Strict task body
||For constraining <taskbody> in the strict task.