Re: [xsl] document() call clashes with DOCTYPE declaration?

Subject: Re: [xsl] document() call clashes with DOCTYPE declaration?
From: "Michael R. Hahn" <sgml.xml@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 2 May 2002 18:55:30 -0400
Hi, Greg:

GF>    I receive the following error:

GF> XSL Transformation failed due to following error:
GF> Error while parsing "file:///M:/books/wiley/lax/xml/c01.xml". A declaration 
GF> was not closed.


GF>    Has anyone seen this before and know what to do about it?  When I remove 
GF> the DOCTYPE line (and the &copy; entity reference), it works fine.  How do 
GF> you close a <!DOCTYPE> tag?

You're asking the wrong question.  The error is in the piece you've
not shown us, jwscha.dtd.  Removing the DOCTYPE declaration and the
entity reference just takes that piece out of the loop.

Chances are you're missing an ">" in one of the markup declarations in
the DTD.

<aside type="pedantic"><!DOCTYPE> isn't a tag--it's a markup

Michael R. Hahn                                 Phone: 1-703-433-0265
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