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- From: Dmitri Kondratiev <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Fri, 12 Dec 1997 02:49:01 +0300
At 18:51 11.12.97, Peter Murray-Rust wrote:
>This is not a well-formed document and the last line should (probably) be:
></FooBar> instead of <FooBar/>
>>As a result I get "Attribute has not be declared : ID" error. What am I
>>doing wrong ?
>One of the problems with XML parsers (rather like compilers) is that it can
>be quite difficult to produce error messages that tell you precisely what
>is wrong. So I can't tell you *why* you got this message, but most error
>messages are 'somewhere near' the error.
>Sometimes it can be helpful to run more than one parser because they often
>give different clues.
Thanks for your help. With my stupid bug ( <Foobar/> to </Foobar> )
corrected, I still have the same error ! The following NXP output shows that
it uses the FooBar.dtd, as specified in test.xml file. What can be wrong then ?
NXP - Norbert's XML Parser 0.97 - 05.08.1997
Fetch file : test/test.xml
Start parsing ...
Validate : true
Fetch file : test/FooBar.dtd
Attribute has not be declared : ID
Parsing finished - Time : 1260 msec.
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