I don't know if this is the only source of your problem, but the formal
public identifier you have for entnotat is not correct. It should be
"-//Society of American Archivists//DTD eadnotat.ent (Encoded Archival
Description (EAD) Notation Declarations Version 1.0)//EN" And be sure to
use the latest version of the file.
Also try rendering GIF in lowercase in your entity declaration. xml is case
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> From: Derrick Clements[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Friday, July 09, 1999 9:46 AM
> To: Multiple recipients of list EAD
> Subject: XML problem with NOTATION
> Dear EADers:
> Can anybody help out with a technical glitch I'm experiencing when
> attempting to display an EAD XML document using Internet Explorer 5?
> According to the EAD Guidelines, to invoke XML it's necessary to change
> section of the "ead.dtd" file entitled "SGML EADNOTAT AND EADCHARS
> INCLUSION/EXCLUSION" from 'INCLUDE' to 'IGNORE". Having done this, I'm
> still getting an error related to NOTATION. IE5 seems to be telling my
> it cannot find the GIF NOTATION.
> My declarations within the document instance appear as follows:
> <?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?>
> <?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="teststyle.xsl"?>
> <!DOCTYPE ead PUBLIC "-//Society of American Archivists//DTD ead.dtd
> Archival Description (EAD) Version 1.0//EN" "ead.dtd"
> <!ENTITY % eadnotat PUBLIC "-//Society of American Archivists//DTD
> eadnotat.ent (EAD Notation Declarations)//EN" "eadnotat.ent">
> <!ENTITY yorkarc SYSTEM "yorkarc.xml">
> <!ENTITY aplebaum253 SYSTEM "aplebaum253.xml">
> <!ENTITY filelist1996-017.125 SYSTEM "filelist1996-017.125.xml">
> <!ENTITY applebaum4 SYSTEM "applebaum4.gif" NDATA GIF>
> The error I'm getting from IE5 refers to the last external entity that
> declared in the declaration subset. If I comment out this entity, the
> document will display, but of course the gif file doesn't display. The
> error I'm getting from IE5 reads as follows:
> Declaration 'applebaum4' contains reference to undefined notation 'GIF'.
> Line 17, Position 66
> Does anybody have any ideas as to what I'm doing wrong?
> Thanks in advance.
> Sincerely, Derrick Clements
> EAD Implementation, York University Archives and Special Collections
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