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Jose Airton wrote:
> I created a XML instance : cd.xml and a schema cd.xsd.
> In the begining of cd.xml, it is like the following:
> <cd xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
> when I run parser, it always gives error message:
> "Document is invalid: no grammar found.
The problem is in the specification of the schema location, but there
are several possiblities.
1) Is the schema really at c:\cd.xsd? That would be really unlikely.
If you meant to use a relative path, you should say just "cd.xsd", if
the schema is in the same directory as the source file, otherwise use a
relative path starting from the document location without any "file:///"
or "c:/". Remember that the processor already knows the base of the
document's path, and so does not need to be told "file:///" or whatever.
This is the most likely problem. If the path you gave is truly the
correct absolute path, then you may be getting bit by the fact that
file: URIs are not adequately specified by the rfc - and some
processors think they should be receiving different formats for a file:
URI, especially with a Windows path.
2) Try changing the slashes after "c:" to backslashes
3) Try changing from "file"///" to "file://" or "file:/" or "file:".
Various processors in the past have wanted to have these (incorrect)