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Just tested the URL from home; the XML file is found, but will not
display owing to an oversight on my part.
There is a reference to the location of the XSl file in the XML, but as
I've been tesing the files locally up to this point, I've included a
relative rather than an absolute link. Thus your browser is unable to
properly cahce the XSL file. I'll fix that this afternoon.
In the meantime, try *typing* the URL in the address line. Unless I'm
missing something that ought to work.
Michael Fox Wrote:
>My only evidence that it is validating has been that when I tried
>(admittedly in the IE 5 beta) to display an xml file, it would give me an
>error message about a bad character at the end one of the dtd files.
My experience also with the beta, and why 220.127.116.11/ead/ead_xml.xml
is not directed to the DTD.
So the question is "does IE5 validate or not; and if it does why is it
not returning an error?"
I tried downloading brown.xml posted by Paul Kiel and opening that file
in ie5.0. The following error resulted:
"A string literal was expected, but no opening quote character was
found. Line 187, Position 67
"ISO 8879-1986//ENTITIES Added Latin 1//EN" >"
which does not look unfamiliar from the IE5b2 days. Looks like
validation is local only?
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