RE: Problem with Japonese language

Subject: RE: Problem with Japonese language
From: "Didier PH Martin" <martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 11:44:32 -0500
Thanx to all for your advises.

A special thanx for Jon for the demo and the "How to".

Didier PH Martin

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Subject: Re: Problem with Japonese language

[Didier Martin:]

| I am doing a test with Jon Bosak files he used for a XML demonstration
| in France. The goal was to demonstrate the multi lingual facet of
| XML. He showed a Japanese XML document transformed into a RTF document
| with a DSSSL script. I downloaded the examples but I am having trouble
| executing the DSSSL script on the file.

Please accept my apologies for not putting together a better package.
I had forgotten just how tricky it was to set up these examples.

To see how I made the RTF files (which is probably not the simplest
way it could have been done, but it worked for me), try the directions
below.  The files were made back in May of last year, but I believe
that they are identical to the ones that I used in the presentation
you saw.



To build the examples under Windows 95:

1. Get the latest version of Jade from

   and install it some place.  Put that place in your search path.

2. Get the file

   and unzip it into a directory.

3. Set the following DOS environment variables:


4. The files e.bat and j.bat assume that jade has been installed in
   the directory \jade\jade.  Change as appropriate for your system.

5. Run e.bat and j.bat to create the English and Japanese RTF examples.
   Note that the Japanese language support for Word has to have been
   installed to view the files.  The Japanese language support is
   included on the Word97 CD, but it has to be installed separately
   from Word97 itself.


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