link element in your text to form an active link to one of the entries in your document's
bibliography. If you are using version 4.4 or later of the DocBook DTD, you can also use
biblioref. Each of these requires putting an
id attribute value on the
bibliomixed element in the bibliography, and using that value as the
linkend attribute value in the
citation element can also be used, in either of two modes;
citation element's text exactly matches an
abbrev element in a
bibliomixed element, then a link will be automatically formed to the entry.
citation contains any other text, then it does not form an active link to the bibliography. The element's text content is just displayed inside square brackets. You can use
citation when you do not want an active link, or if the reference is not in your current bibliography.
If you use an
biblioref element, then text will be generated for the citation. The generated text depends on several factors, shown here in the order in which they are considered.
If the stylesheet parameter
bibliography.numbered is set to a nonzero value, then bibliographic entries
are automatically numbered in the
bibliography, and the matching number is
used in the citation.
If the entry element's first child is an
abbrev element, then that element's text is used in the citation.
If the entry element has an
xreflabel attribute value, then that value is used in the citation.
If none of the above applies, then the entry's
id value is used.
This citation: <xref linkend="BrodyArticle"/> to this entry: <biblioentry id="BrodyArticle"> <abbrev>brody98</abbrev> <author>... </biblioentry> will generate this citation text: [brody98]
If there were no
abbrev child, then the
id value would be used, so in this case it would produce
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