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prasad ulagappanSubject: XML Not Working Properly
Author: prasad ulagappan
Date: 14 Apr 2005 07:24 AM
Hello,

Just look the code below.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE BookList [
<!ELEMENT BookList (Author|Price|Subject|Title1|Version)+>
<!ELEMENT Author (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT Price (Indollar,InRs)>
<!ELEMENT Subject (Journal|Science|Stories)>
<!ELEMENT Title1 (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT Version (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT FirstName (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT LastName (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT Indollar (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT InRs (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT Journal (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT Science (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT Stories (#PCDATA)>
]>
<BookList>
<Author></Author>
<Author></Author>
<Price>
<Indollar>49</Indollar>
<InRs>500</InRs>
</Price>
<Title1>Complete Reference</Title1>
<Subject>
<Science>Computer Science</Science>
</Subject>
<Version>1.0</Version>
<Author></Author>
<Price>
<Indollar>49</Indollar>
<InRs>500</InRs>
</Price>
<Title1>I know what u did in last summer</Title1>
<Subject>
<Stories>Fiction</Stories>
</Subject>
<Version>1.0</Version>
<Author></Author>
<!--<Price>
<Indollar>49</Indollar>
<InRs>500</InRs>
</Price>!-->
<Title1>Outlook</Title1>
<Subject>
<Journal>Fortnight</Journal>
</Subject>
<Version>2.0</Version>
</BookList>

Its well formed and validated correctly. When I save this document as a HTML file, it is showing the output as follows,

"]> 49 500 Complete Reference Computer Science 1.0 49 500 I know what u did in last summer Fiction 1.0 Outlook Fortnight 2.0 "

I need to know why "]>" is coming in front of the data. Is there any mistake in my code or I have to do some changes. Please help me out regarding this.

Regards
Prasad U

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Alberto MassariSubject: XML Not Working Properly
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 14 Apr 2005 03:04 PM
Hi Prasad,
HTML does not support internal DTDs, so, depending on the browser being used, you can have different outputs. BTW, why do you want to save an XML as HTML? Most likely you will only see the text content of the file...

Alberto

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prasad ulagappanSubject: RE: XML Not Working Properly
Author: prasad ulagappan
Date: 14 Apr 2005 11:25 PM
Hi Alberto,

Thank you for the prompt and kind response.

I am new to XML and just for the past few months I am working in XML. Since I just want to know how the output will be in IE, I have saved it as HTML.

Alberto, could you tell me what exactly the purpose of XML file.

Currently I am working in SAP-Netweaver XI Project. XI is nothing but a middleware for communication between heterogenous system. For connecting the heterogenous systems togather, we have to idetify the data to and from the heterogenous systems and then we have to create the datatype in XI. After that, XI will automatically creates a XSD file. Otherwise, instead of creating the datatype in XI, we can directly create the XSD file outside XI and import it to XI. As well as we are going to adapt the later method for the current project. After that we have to do some parsing techniques to follow up using SAX Parser.
Hope u get a fair idea abt my requirement. If you have any idea regarding this, could you share with me. Further, the could you tell me about SAX Parser too.

-Prasad U

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Alberto MassariSubject: RE: XML Not Working Properly
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 15 Apr 2005 05:35 AM
Hi Prasad,
I'll try to answer your questions, but keep in mind that a forum posting cannot hold very complex answers/examples; you should turn to tutorials, articles or books to learn all the involved technologies.

>Alberto, could you tell me what exactly the purpose of
>XML file.

An XML file is a file containing structured and annotated information. Depending on which "dialect" of XML you use, the information contained can be interpreted/validated as being a web page (XHTML), a 2D vector drawing (SVG), a PDF document (FO)...

>[...] Hope u get a fair idea abt my requirement. If you have any
>idea regarding this, could you share with me.

It seems to me that the SAP software will do a mapping from a proprietary format to a standard XML; and that it accepts, as a template for the conversion, either a sample XML instance or the XSD describing it. For instance, the XML you posted in the first message looks good.
To build an initial XSD that models that instance you can open the file in Stylus and then select the menu entry XML | Create Schema From XML Content, choosing the "Generating XMLSchema" option.

>Further, the could you tell me about SAX Parser too.

SAX Parser is just one of the way you can use to programmatically access the content of an XML document. Basically the SAX Parser will invoke some callbacks method you provide whenever an element, a comment, or raw text is found in the XML document being parsed.

Hope this helps,
Alberto

 
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