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From David Crossley <cross...@indexgeo.com.au>
Subject Re: entity resolver woes
Date Tue, 22 Jan 2002 14:39:24 GMT
Michael Hartle wrote:
> Steven Noels wrote:
> >Has anyone experienced problems with the Resolver when simply generating
> >& immediately (re-)serializing an XML document, when this document
> >refers to a PUBLIC DTD which includes a number of external parameter
> >entities.
> >
> >From what i can see now, the comments inside the external entities are
> >inserted as-is in the stream, unfortunately not inside a local
> >declaration subset but immediately after the SYSTEM id:
> 
> <snip/>
>
> I recently had the same problem when I made a pipeline which returns the 
> DTD-conforming main content.xml file from OpenOffice zip archives; 
> trying to aggregate several content.xml from another Cocoon server via 
> HTTP, the parser told me that the content.xml files are not well-formed 
> anymore, thus showing exactly the same resolution behaviour as you 
> described. IIRC, there has been a thread not long ago where someone 
> (maybe David Crossley) posted that this is resolver and/or 
> parser-related, but I am not sure.

No i do not know anything about this and do not recall such a
thread (but hey, there are so many :-)

I will be doing some paid work with Cocoon tomorrow on files
that match Steven's description. So i will try to reproduce the
behaviour. I do recall once seeing XML comments from a DTD
being passed into the stream. But it did not cause the issue
that you reported.
--David
 




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