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From Joep DeVocht <j...@masktools.com>
Subject Re: DTD path environment variable
Date Wed, 12 Feb 2003 20:57:46 GMT
David N Bertoni/Cambridge/IBM wrote:
> 
> Hi Joep,
> 
> Questions about Xerces-C are best asked on the Xerces-C list, not on the
> general list.  The answer is no, but there is a way you can redirect
> requests for external entities by using an EntityResolver.  See the
> documentation for more details.  If you have more questions, please join
> the Xerces-C list and post them there.

Thank you Dave.
I'll look into the entity resolver.

Joep.


> 
> Dave
> 
> 
>                       Joep DeVocht
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>                       02/12/2003 09:33
>                       AM
>                       Please respond
>                       to general
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I have a small and probably fairly easy question.
> I'm using a Xerces XML parser (C++) in a Unix environment.
> Is there a way (probably an environment variable?) to specify
> in which directory the dtd is located. I don't want the path in
> each XML file and the XML file and DTD might be in different
> directories.
> 
> Many thanx in advance!
> 
> Joep.
> 
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