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[publican-list] [Bug 452802] New: TOC numbering and xrefs are incorrect in pdf output

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           Summary: TOC numbering and xrefs are incorrect in pdf output
           Product: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
           Version: 5.1
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: medium
          Priority: medium
         Component: publican
        AssignedTo: jfearn redhat com
        ReportedBy: daobrien redhat com
         QAContact: mhideo redhat com
                CC: publican-list redhat com

Description of problem:

The numbering in the TOC in my pdf files is a bit odd, basically like this:

1. Chapter 1
1. Section 1
1.1 Sub-section 1
1.2 Sub-section 2
2. Section 2
2.1 Sub-section 1
2.2 Sub-section 2
3. Section 3
2. Chapter 2
3. Chapter 3

In the actual document, the chapters are not numbered; numbering starts at the
first section, so in one respect the TOC is correct, but it's confusing.

Just looking at the TOC, I expected (for the same layout):


This also affects xrefs. Instead of an xref displaying as 'Section "How
to do something"' it actually displays as 'Section 1.1.2. "How to do
something"'. It completely omits the chapter reference.

In the online pdf, the link actually works; i.e., clicking the link takes you to
the correct position in the doc, but it is very confusing to read and in the
hard-copy version there is no way of knowing the correct chapter.

See "Configuring Users and Groups" in

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:
Actual results:
Section 1.1.2. "How to do something"

Expected results:
Section "How to do something"

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