That sounds right. Also, I found that <eadcbs6.xsl> works better than
some of the other stylesheets.
Chris Prom wrote:
>I have not looked at the scripts for this in a while, but this
>problem crops up occasionally if the cookbook files are installed
>somewhere other than the c drive or if the process is called from
>I would suggest eding either the notetab clip which calls the the
>batch file, or more likel the batch file itself, to specify the
>exact drive location of the stylesheet. e.g.
>change'\eadcb\shared\styles\eadcbs9.xsl' to "c:\eadcb\. . . "
>That MAY take care of the problem.
>On Thu, 22 Dec 2005, Dalene Hawthorne wrote:
>>I am new to EAD and am trying to get everything set up with NoteTab
>>Pro. We're using the trial version because we haven't decided yet
>>whether we're going to go with XMetal or NoteTab Pro.
>>Anyway, I've installed all the software and files according to Chris
>>Prom's EAD Cookbook for Notetab.
>>I'm trying to transform one of the sample ead files. I parsed and
>>validated it. Then I selected Make HTML and chose the eadcbs9 style
>>sheet. I keep getting the following error message:
>>s9.xsl -o C:\eadcb\EADFiles\sample.html
>>Error occurred while compiling stylesheet
>>The system cannot locate the object specified.
>>Press any key to continue . . .
>>I press a key and the process stops. I've checked to make sure the
>>files are all in the places where it's looking for them and they all
>>seem to be there.
>>Does anyone have any suggestions?
>>Head of Automation and Collection Management
>>William Allen White Library
>>Emporia State University
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