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- Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2000 07:30:10 -0400
Tim Nutman asks -
> I have just started working with a series of xml documents that have been
> written in DocBook and reference DocBook xsl.
> I need to be able to display these documents and I am currently using the
> MSXML parser (31st July version download).
> If you just load the document into IE 5.5 it complains that the
> tag has no end tag.
> As per the dtd <imagedata> does not have an end tag. (Is this an MSXML
If your dtd allows omitting end tags, it is an sgml dtd, not an xml dtd.
You can't omit end tags in xml. Nor can you have a '</>' construction.
That's why the Microsoft parser give an error, it's an xml-only parser.
Look for an xml version of the dtd, and make, convert, or use xml versions
of the documents. Or use sgml tools.