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Peter:

XT is reading all of the files in your xml/x directory, not all of which are XML/EAD files. Accordingly, XT doesn't have knowledge of their structure and so reports the errors you see. If you relocate these files to sub-directories within /x/  (and the pointer to your DTD in the XML files as a result!), the errors will disappear. If you can live with them, then no problem.

HTH,

St.

Stephen Yearl
Systems Archivist
Yale University Library::Manuscripts and Archives

At 12:06 PM 10/3/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>When execute the command to convert from XML to HTML i.e.
>
>C:\XML>XT C:\XML\X C:\XML\S\SPCOLL.XSL C:\XML\H
>
>I get the following error messages, however the conversion seems to work.  Please let me know what these messages mean and/or if I need to be concerned about them.
>
>file:/C:/XML/X?EAD.CSS:1: character not allowed
>java. Io.FileNotFoundException: \C:\XML\X\ctm.dtd
>file:/C:/XML/X/EAD.DTD:369: syntax error
>file:/C:/XML/X/EAD.RLX:1: syntax error
>Java.io.FileNotFoundException: \C:\XML\X\tbr.dtd
>file:/C:/XML/X/EADBASE.DTD:168: syntax error
>file:/C:/XML/X/EADBASE.ENT:168: syntax error
>file:/C:/XML/X/ead-structure.css:2: character not allowed
>
>Thank you and sincerely,
>
>Peter J. Roberts
>Georgia State University