Thanks, Edgar. I tried inserting "transform" in
the pathway but that doesn't work either. I
don't have a subfolder named
"transform." "Pubclass" is the folder that
Daniel Pitti set up that contains all the
NoteTabPro folders and files associated with
creating the EAD, transforming SGML to XML, XML to HTML, and creating PDFs.
At 03:30 AM 8/5/2008, you wrote:
>I'm not sure but perhaps there is one or more
>element(s) of the pathway to Saxon missing - I
>think at first You should insert the "transform" subfolder.
>If "pubclass" is the renamed "eadcb" folder, You
>could try the following pathway:
>c:\pubclass\transform\saxon\saxon.jar -o %3 %1 %2
>Dr. Edgar Kutzner
>Bistumsarchiv Fulda, Germany
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>Gesendet: Montag, 4. August 2008 20:02
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>Betreff: Re: AW: Virtual Machine, revisited (Saxon users)
>I'm having the same problem as Allison editing
>the saxon.bat file. I tried the pathway that
>Edgar suggested and still can't create an FO
>document. I hate getting upgraded software
>and/or computer; every time I have a problem
>creating my EADs. Does anyone else have a
>solution? The pathway I'm trying is
>c:\pubclass\saxon\saxon.jar -o %3 %1 %2
>All of the NoteTabPro magic is in pubclass;
>saxon.jar is in the saxon folder. The EAD is
>parker.xml in the documents folder.
>The original saxon.bat file is
>%5\saxon\saxon.exe -w1 -o ..\%1\%2 ..\%1\%3 ..\shared\styles\%4 %6
>echo Error messages appear above
>When I replace this long string with the
>suggested one above, the c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe screen displays
>parker.xml documents parker.fo
>Press any key to continue . . .
>When I press any key I get the message
>File "c:\pubclass\documents\parker.fo" not found
>Does anyone have any suggestions?
>At 07:01 AM 8/1/2008, Edgar Kutzner wrote:
> >Hello Alison,
> >I had the same problem, when first using this
> >instruction from Bill Walker. It seems there is
> >a little turn around in numbers in there. Try this:
> > c:\ [pathway]\saxon.jar -o %3 %1 %2
> > pause
> >I think it will work with Saxon 6.5.3, 6.5.5 and also with 220.127.116.11.j.
> >I hope this is helpful.
> >Edgar Kutzner
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> >[mailto:[log in to unmask]] Im Auftrag von Alison Hinderliter
> >Gesendet: Freitag, 18. Juli 2008 17:30
> >An: [log in to unmask]
> >Betreff: Virtual Machine, revisited (Saxon users)
> >Hello everyone,
> >My work computer was just replaced with one
> >running Windows XP, and I'm reinstalling
> >NoteTabPro to do XML-HTML transformations. I've
> >been using the instructions found on this
> >listserv for dealing with the Virtual Machine
> issue and reinstalling Saxon, --
> >message is
> >-- but I'm not having any luck in being able to
> >get the transformed html files viewable in a browser.
> >These instructions are from 2004 - are there
> >more up-to-date instructions I should be
> >using? Should I still be installing Saxon
> >version 6.5.3, or should I go to a more current
> >version? If anyone's been through this
> >procedure lately, I'd love to hear from you.
> >Thanks much,
> > -
> >Alison Hinderliter - [log in to unmask]
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>The Pennsylvania State University
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