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Re: ead xml help request

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"Fox, Michael" <[log in to unmask]>

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Several things may be involved.

the first is a definite problem.  You need to modify the file ead.dtd for
use with XML syntax.  Instructions are found in Section 4.3.2.1 of the EAD
Application Guidelines.

Alternatively, substitute the following file which has alreaddy been so
modified.


 <<ead.dtd>>

Are you sure that the stylesheet is compatible with the version available in
IE 5?  Microsoft's implementation of XSL is way out of date- they promise to
update it to the standard when it is finished.  Which happened today, at
least for XSLT and the XPath portions of the standard which were adopted as
official Recommendations by the W3C.

Is there some specific reason you are invoking a reference to character
sets?  Normally this is not required in XML which is basically Unicode
compliant.   The issue of character sets is actually a bit more complex than
that.

Michael

Michael Fox
Head of Processing
Minnesota Historical Society
345 Kellogg Blvd West
St. Paul MN 55102-1906
phone: 651-296-1014
fax:  651-296-9961
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**NOTE NEW AREA CODE EFFECTIVE JULY 12, 1998**

> ----------
> From:         Chuck Thomas[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent:         Tuesday, November 16, 1999 10:01 AM
> To:   Multiple recipients of list EAD
> Subject:      ead xml help request
>
> Hi All,
>
> I would be grateful if anyone has time to help me make an experimental xml
> document work. If you point your browser to
> http://www.tc.umn.edu/~thoma134
> I have made my home web directory browseable.
>
> In this directory, I have placed a simple xml template that validates as
> an
> xml document. Its name is eadxml.xml. In the same directory, I also have
> placed supporting ead files, a borrowed style sheet style.xsl for
> demonstration purposes, and a file xmlchars.ent, which I declared as an
> entity in my xml document. When I try ot load the xml document in IE 5.0,
> I
> get the following message, and am not sure what needs to be corrected.
>
> The XML page cannot be displayed  Cannot view XML input using style sheet.
> Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again
> later.
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --
> ----
>
> A string literal was expected, but no opening quote character was found.
> Line 187, Position 67
>
>            "ISO 8879-1986//ENTITIES Added Latin 1//EN"            >
>
> I would be grateful for any suggestions from those who have successfully
> mounted and served xml.
>
> Sincerely,
> Chuck Thomas
>
> ********************************************************
> "Qui me amat, amet et canem meum" (Love me, love my dog)
>  - A proverb mentioned by St. Bernard in his SERMO PRIMUS
>
> Charles F. Thomas
> Special Collections/Archives Technical Services Librarian
> Univ. of Minnesota Libraries
> 612-625-3036
> [log in to unmask]
> ********************************************************
>

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<!--  DEPENDENCIES:                                             -->
<!--             References ead.base                            -->
<!--             For SGML applications:                         -->
<!--              References: eadnotat.ent and eadchars.ent     -->
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<!--  ALPHA 0.1:                                                -->
<!--             Daniel V. Pitti                                -->
<!--             University of California, Berkeley, The Library-->
<!--             DATE: 1995-10                                  -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--    In October 1993, the University of California, Berkeley -->
<!--    Library began a two-year research and demonstration     -->
<!--    project to investigate the desirability and feasibility -->
<!--    of developing an encoding standard for machine-readable -->
<!--    finding aids.  Daniel V. Pitti, director of the         -->
<!--    Berkeley Finding Aid Project (BFAP), wrote the FindAid  -->
<!--    DTD and oversaw the creation of a prototype database.   -->
<!--    Campbell Crabtree, Tim Hoyer, Gabriela Montoya, Alvin   -->
<!--    Pollock, and other Library and Bancroft Library staff   -->
<!--    assisted Pitti in this work and in subsequent efforts   -->
<!--    to develop a community-based encoding standard.         -->
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<!--    In July 1995, Pitti assembled a team of archivists and  -->
<!--    an SGML expert to meet at the Bentley Historical        -->
<!--    Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to analyze the FindAid  -->
<!--    DTD and data model developed by the BFAP.  The Bentley  -->
<!--    Team for Encoded Archival Description Development       -->
<!--    produced a new data model and the "Ann Arbor Accords:   -->
<!--    Principles and Criteria for an SGML Document Type       -->
<!--    Definition (DTD) for Finding Aids."  These two          -->
<!--    documents provided the framework for the initial draft  -->
<!--    (version 0.1) of the EAD DTD.                           -->
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<!--    Members of the Bentley team assembled by Pitti were     -->
<!--    Steven J. DeRose, Electronic Book Technologies; Jackie  -->
<!--    Dooley, University of California, Irvine; Michael J.    -->
<!--    Fox, Minnesota Historical Society; Steven Hensen,       -->
<!--    Duke University; Kris Kiesling, University of Texas at  -->
<!--    Austin; Janice E. Ruth, Library of Congress; Sharon     -->
<!--    Thibodeau, National Archives and Records                -->
<!--    Administration; and Helena Zinkham, Library of Congress.-->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--  ALPHA 0.2:                                                -->
<!--             Daniel V. Pitti                                -->
<!--             University of California, Berkeley, The Library-->
<!--             and the                                        -->
<!--             ATLIS Consulting Group (DAL)                   -->
<!--             Rockville, Maryland  20852                     -->
<!--             (under contract with the National Digital      -->
<!--             Library Program, Library of Congress)          -->
<!--             DATE: 1996-01                                  -->
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<!--     Draft Alpha 0.2 (Daniel V. Pitti/ATLIS Consulting)     -->
<!--     December 1995                                          -->
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<!--    The Bentley team together with Debbie Lapeyre of ATLIS  -->
<!--    Consulting Group, Anne Gilliland-Swetland of the        -->
<!--    University of California, Los Angeles, and Marla Banks, -->
<!--    Randall Barry, Beth Davis-Brown, LeeEllen Friedland, and-->
<!--    Belinda Urquiza of the Library of Congress met in       -->
<!--    November 1995 at the Library of Congress to review the  -->
<!--    0.1 DTD and describe the results of initial testing.    -->
<!--    The results of that meeting are reflected in the 0.2    -->
<!--    version of the DTD.                                     -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--     Draft Alpha 0.3 (Daniel V. Pitti/ATLIS Consulting)     -->
<!--     January 1996                                           -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--    A subset of the Bentley team (Michael Fox, Steven       -->
<!--    Hensen, Kris Kiesling, Daniel Pitti, and Janice Ruth)   -->
<!--    met with Gilliland-Swetland and Thomas La Porte,        -->
<!--    DreamWorks SKG, in January 1996 at the University of    -->
<!--    California, Los Angeles to outline the application      -->
<!--    guidelines and review the 0.2 DTD and draft tag library.-->
<!--    The simplifications and corrections developed in that   -->
<!--    meeting are reflected in version 0.3.                   -->
<!--                                                            -->
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<!--  BETA:                                                     -->
<!--             Daniel V. Pitti                                -->
<!--             University of California, Berkeley, The Library-->
<!--             DATE: 1996-06                                  -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--    On April 27-29, 1996, in Berkeley, California, the      -->
<!--    original Bentley Development Team for Encoded Archival  -->
<!--    Description and Randall Barry, Anne Gilliland-Swetland, -->
<!--    Thomas La Porte, Tim Hoyer, and Jack Von Euw, University-->
<!--    of California, Berkeley, met to review the draft EAD    -->
<!--    guidelines and to discuss changes to the alpha EAD which-->
<!--    had been suggested by team members and early            -->
<!--    that meeting and in subsequent communication are        -->
<!--    reflected in the beta version of the EAD DTD.           -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--  VERSION 1.0:                                              -->
<!--             Daniel V. Pitti                                -->
<!--             Institute for Advanced Technology in the       -->
<!--             Humanities, University of Virginia             -->
<!--             DATE: 1998-08                                  -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--    In June 1997, the EAD Working Group invited the archival-->
<!--    community to submit to the EAD listserv formal comments -->
<!--    and suggestions for changes to the EAD DTD. Comments    -->
<!--    were collected for three months. On 31 October-         -->
<!--    2 November 1997, the EAD Working Group met in Washington-->
<!--    D.C. to review and consider the submitted suggestions   -->
<!--    and comments, and to approve changes to be incorporated -->
<!--    into the Version 1.0 DTD.                               -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--    Members of the EAD Working Group meeting in Washington, -->
<!--    D.C., were Kris Kiesling, Chair; Randall Barry; Jackie  -->
<!--    Dooley; Wendy Duff, University of Toronto; Ricky Erway, -->
<!--    Research Libraries Group; Michael Fox; Steven Hensen;   -->
<!--    William Landis, University of California, Los Angeles;  -->
<!--    Daniel Pitti, University of Virginia; Janice Ruth;      -->
<!--    Robert Spindler, Arizona State University; Meg Sweet,   -->
<!--    Public Record Office (UK); Richard Szary, Yale          -->
<!--    University; Sharon Thibodeau; and Helena Zinkham.       -->
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<!ENTITY % xlink          'IGNORE'                               =20
                                                                  >
<!ENTITY % noxlink        'INCLUDE'                              =20
                                                                  >

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<!--          TABULAR DSC INCLUSION/EXCLUSION                   -->
<!--************************************************************-->
<!--************************************************************-->
<!--     NOTE: by default, TABULAR version of DSC is excluded   -->
<!--     or not recognized by the SGML or XML parser. To enable -->
<!--     tabular features in the DSC, change the entity value   -->
<!--     for "tabular" to "INCLUDE" and the entity value for    -->
<!--     "nontabular" to "IGNORE".                              -->
<!--************************************************************-->

<!ENTITY % tabular        'IGNORE'                              =20
                                                                  >
<!ENTITY % nontabular     'INCLUDE'                              =20
                                                                  >

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<!--          END TABULAR DSC INCLUSION/EXCLUSION               -->
<!--************************************************************-->


<!--************************************************************-->
<!--          SGML EADNOTAT AND EADCHARS INCLUSION/EXCLUSION    -->
<!--************************************************************-->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--     NOTE 1: eadchars.ent should only be invoked for SGML   -->
<!--     applications. For XML, use Unicode &#xN; where "N"     -->
<!--     is the Unicode Hexadecimal value assigned by the       -->
<!--     standard.                                              -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--     NOTE 2: eadnotat.ent should only be invoked for SGML   -->
<!--     applications. For XML, the eadnotat.ent file should be -->
<!--     invoked in the declaration subset of individual        -->
<!--     instance.                                              -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--     For more information, see Extensible Markup Language   -->
<!--     (XML) 1.0: http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-xml-19980210  -->
<!--                                                            -->
<!--************************************************************-->

<!ENTITY % sgml           'IGNORE'                              =20
                                                                  >

<!--************************************************************-->
<!--          END EADNOTAT AND EADCHARS INCLUSION/EXCLUSION     -->
<!--************************************************************-->



<!--************************************************************-->
<!--          INVOKE EADBASE MODULE                             -->
<!--************************************************************-->


<!ENTITY % eadbase               PUBLIC=20
"-//Society of American Archivists//DTD eadbase.ent (Encoded Archival =
Description (EAD) Basic Declarations Version 1.0)//EN"=20
"eadbase.ent" >
%eadbase;


<![%sgml;[
<!--************************************************************-->
<!--          INVOKE EADCHARS AND EADNOTAT FOR SGML APPLICATIONS-->
<!--************************************************************-->

<!ENTITY % eadchars              PUBLIC
"-//Society of American Archivists//DTD eadchars.ent (Encoded Archival =
Description (EAD) Special Characters Version 1.0)//EN"
"eadchars.ent"
>

%eadchars;

<!ENTITY % eadnotat              PUBLIC
"-//Society of American Archivists//DTD eadnotat.ent (Encoded Archival =
Description (EAD) Notation Declarations Version 1.0)//EN"
"eadnotat.ent"
>

%eadnotat;

]]>

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<!--          END of EAD DTD                                    -->
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