Your examples helped enormously. We have validation as NASA might
have said. Of course they say that with a straight face, while I
have a big grin. Take care,
At 03:10 PM 6/6/2008, you wrote:
>Here's one example using the EAD schema:
>http://archives.state.ut.us/U-Ar_6381.xml . If you want to view that
>through a style sheet, use http://archives.state.ut.us/eaduhrc.xsl .
>I didn't incorporate the style sheet within the XML (it's still a
>work in progress). I think the official EAD website should include
>many more examples of style sheets for the schema. Trying to figure
>out how to deal with namespace prefixes and XPath matching patterns
>was a pain, since it doesn't work the same as with the DTD, and
>there's little documentation out there even with a broader Google search.
>Utah State Archives
> >>> Doris Malkmus <[log in to unmask]> 6/6/08 12:11 PM >>>
>Dear early adopters,
>Penn State is just now switching from DTD to the Schema .xsd. As I
>understand it, the schema does not support entities.
>It would be very helpful to us (and I assumt to others in this
>situation) to have several examples of eads that are now compliant
>with the schema--w3w.
>IF anyone is willing to send to the list an xsd. or .txt file of eads
>that are schema compliant, it would help tremendously
>I am particularly interested in how others have encoded the <eadid>
>and links to logos and other graphics without using entitites.
>Any contributions would be appreciated.
>Doris Malkmus, Processing Archivist
>Special Collections Library
>E120 Paterno Library
>Pennsylvania State University
>University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
>814 / 863-4338