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RE: msxml 1.8 questions

  • From: Chris Lovett <clovett@m...>
  • To: 'Sean Mc Grath' <digitome@i...>, xml-dev@i...
  • Date: Wed, 31 Dec 1997 13:40:19 -0800

xmldso.cab
Ah, I think I found the problem.  Two things seem to be going wrong:

1) The new xmldso.cab file is not installing into the classes.zip file at
all.
2) It looks like jview doesn't use the ClassPath registry setting that
install.exe is setting up, but instead jview seems to be using only the
DevClassPath that will not be defined if you have not installed Visual J++.

So, I have some fixing to do, but in the meantime, the following workaround
should get you going:

a) launch "regedit"
b) open up the the following hierarchy:
	+ HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
		+ SOFTWARE
			+ Microsoft
c) select "Java VM"
d) if there is no DevClassPath string defined then select "Edit/New/String
value" and type in the name "DevClassPath" then double click the ClassPath
variable and copy it's contents to the new DevClassPath variable.
e) Close regedit.

Now jview should work correctly.  I will fix the installer to do this for
you and figure out why the new classes are not going into classes.zip.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Chris Lovett 
> Sent:	Wednesday, December 31, 1997 11:16 AM
> To:	'Sean Mc Grath'; xml-dev@i...
> Subject:	RE: msxml 1.8 questions
> 
> All of your questions indicate that the new MSXML 1.8 isn't installed
> properly.  The MSXML parser included with IE4 did not return whitespace
> nodes, and was not case sensitive - so if the XMLViewer is showing tag
> names
> in uppercase it's probably still using the old parser.
> 
> If you run http://www.microsoft.com/standards/xml/xmlinst.exe it should
> install properly (it uses install.exe)
> 
> If you run install.exe manually you should do so from a DOS command prompt
> with the current directory set to 
> 	c:\msxml (or wherever you installed MSXML).
> 
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:	Sean Mc Grath [SMTP:digitome@i...]
> > Sent:	Tuesday, December 30, 1997 6:04 AM
> > To:	xml-dev@i...
> > Subject:	msxml 1.8 questions
> > 
> > Any help with the following gratefully received!
> > 
> > 1) Is there any way to avoid having to use the /cp switch to specify the
> > class path. Setting
> > the CLASSPATH environment variable does not help.
> > 
> > 2) What is happening to my whitespace:-
> > 
> > c>type foo.xml
> > <Document>
> > Some content
> > <IAmEmpty/>
> > Some more content</Document>
> > 
> > c>jview.exe /cp c:\m;c:\m\classes msxml -d1 foo.xml
> > DOCUMENT
> > |---ELEMENT Document
> > |   |---PCDATA " Some content "
> > |   |---ELEMENT IAmEmpty
> > |   +---PCDATA " Some more content"
> > +---WHITESPACE 0xa
> > 
> > 3) The XMLViewer applet seems to be uppercasing element type names. Can
> I
> > turn this off?
> > 
> > Sean Mc Grath
> > sean at digitome dot com
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
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