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Delete your .rlx files and try again.  If you loaded a new DTD, XMetaL
won't recognize it until you delete your current .rlx file which forces
XMetaL to create a new one.

Robyns, Marcus wrote:
> Greetings:
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> I am attempting to create an EAD finding aid using the eadpersonxm.xml
> template in XMetal.  When I attempt to view the document in Normal view,
> I get the following message:
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> Error:               Undefined attribute.  The attribute countyrencoding
> is not defined for eadheader.
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> The same message occurs for dateencoding, repositoryencoding,
> scriptencoding, countrycode, and mainagencycode.
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> I also get the following message:
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> Error:               Unknown tag name.  The tag name “langmaterial” is
> not defined.
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> I believe I am using the ead.rlx rules.  Can someone tell me what I am
> doing wrong?  Thanks, Marcus
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> //Marcus C. Robyns, CA//
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> Associate Professor / University Archivist
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> Northern Michigan University
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