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From "Hui Ouyang" <...@triplehop.com>
Subject RE: indexing xml files with relative links to dtds
Date Fri, 14 Feb 2003 21:31:27 GMT
I know some Java xml parsers like the one from Oracle use classpath to locate the xml files,
for Xerces, it may use the current directory as the base directory ( I am not 100% sure about
this ), then you may try to force your current directory to be the current xml directory.
It is more an XML question, I suggest you submit to another xml group.
 
Regards,
Hui

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: icewind [mailto:icewind0@yahoo.com] 
	Sent: Fri 2/14/2003 3:37 PM 
	To: Lucene Users List 
	Cc: 
	Subject: RE: indexing xml files with relative links to dtds
	
	


	Ok, I used parser.setFeature to turn the validation
	off. This helps, but it turns out there are entity
	references in the XML files as well. These are causing
	the same problems the DTD references were causing
	before...
	
	Any suggestions with regards to this?
	
	Thanks,
	
	
	--- Hui Ouyang <hui@triplehop.com> wrote:
	> I think you can turn the validation off to avoid
	> checking the DTD file.
	> Regards
	> Hui
	>
	>       -----Original Message-----
	>       From: icewind [mailto:icewind0@yahoo.com]
	>       Sent: Fri 2/14/2003 3:08 PM
	>       To: lucene-user@jakarta.apache.org
	>       Cc:
	>       Subject: indexing xml files with relative links to
	> dtds
	>      
	>      
	>
	>       Hi,
	>      
	>       I am using Lucene to index a collection of XML
	>       documents.  Each XML document a relative pathname
	> to a
	>       DTD file in the DOCTYPE tag. The problem is that
	> the
	>       relative path names are resolved relative to where
	> I
	>       run the indexer class rather than relative to XML
	> file
	>       being parsed, which is the correct behavior.
	>      
	>       I am using Xerces to parse the XML files.
	>      
	>       Has anyone run into this problem? Is there a way to
	>       change the working directory (as in the chdir()
	> system
	>       call)? Is this something that I have to set up with
	>       the parser itself or at the JVM level?
	>      
	>       Thanks for any suggestions..
	>      
	>      
	>      
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