Re: [xsl] DTDs and offline processing

Subject: Re: [xsl] DTDs and offline processing
From: omprakash.v@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 16:07:42 +0530
         You can download the DTD and any ent files it is referring to and
save a copy in the same folder as your xml file sometime when you are
online. You then only have to replace the URI of your DTD with the local
filename and that should solve your problem.


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I run into problems using Saxon on documents containing a DOCTYPE
declaration because it tried to look up the DTD even when I'm offline.
Is there a way to avoid this, short of removing the declaration?

The other problem is that without the DTD, entities can't be looked up,
so  I get an error. From what I could see in the FAQs, the only way
round that is to temporarily change &thing; into [[AMP]]something_else;,
with sed. Any alternatives?

Tom SW

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