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   RE: Parser Behaviour (serious)

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  • From: "Graeme Wallace" <graeme.wallace@wallaceburnett.com>
  • To: <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Sun, 2 Apr 2000 14:22:41 -0500

It would be far nicer if you could specific some sort of rollover behavior
DTD locations. Like a class path in Java for example.

The other thing about DTD URLs is that it assumes that their is a fast
to the machine where it resides. In many cases where you are dealing with
processing pages on a web server, the last thing you want is it to go out on
the internet.

In my case I get data files in a particular XML format, they all have the
DOCTYPE at the start and the first thing I have to do with them is to
replace it so that processing can take place in a reasonable time frame, but
then if the DTD updates at the original location I've got to check that as
well so I can load it locally....

Anyone got an automatic DTD caching servlet....

regards to all,


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