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- From: "John E. Simpson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: "Wang, Dapeng" <Dapeng.Wang@Dresdner-Bank.com>
- Date: Fri, 13 Aug 1999 09:13:00 -0400
At 02:45 PM 8/13/1999 +0200, Wang, Dapeng wrote:
>I'm testing lotusxsl to apply transform XML to HTML. I used entities like
>ö for german umlauts, which lotusxsl complains that it is undefined. I
>think there must be some file containing the standard entity definitions.
>Can anybody tell where I can find it and how to include it.
Check James Tauber's schema.net site, particularly:
Lots and lots of entity definitions there, all of them (I believe) prepared
by Rick Jelliffe. There are also instructions there on including them in
your own DTDs, although the instructions focus on SGML rather than XML
(i.e. on using public rather than system identifiers).
Basically, in an XML DTD the idea is to define an external parameter entity
for each entity set you want to use, then refer to that parameter entity in
the DTD. Something like this:
<!ENTITY % addedlatin1
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