RE: [xsl] SAXON limitation?

Subject: RE: [xsl] SAXON limitation?
From: "Michael Kay" <mhkay@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 7 Apr 2001 10:13:21 +0100
> Hello.  I am trying to run an XSL over a 7.5 MB XML file.  If
> I run the XSL
> over the whole thing using Instant SAXON, I get the following error:
>      Fatal error reported by XML parser: unsupported five or
> six byte UTF-8
> sequence(character code: 0x92)
>        URL:
> file:/C:/WINNT/Profiles/usscg041/Desktop/MSDS/text/test/today.xml
>        Line:   -1
>        Column: 4308708
>      Transform failed:  unsupported five or six byte UTF-8 sequence
> (character code:0x92)
This message almost invariably means that the XML file is not encoded in
UTF-8, but it lacks an XML declaration, so AElfred has assumed that it is in

The 0x92 suggests to me that the file might be in the Windows CP1250
character code.

(The incorrect line and column number also tends to be a consequence of
AElfred attempting to use the wrong decoding).

Mike Kay
Software AG

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