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RE: <!ELEMENT element-name (ANY)> in DTD
not sure it is a good idea to put parentheses around the ANY content-specifier, so maybe
removing them might help in your second case. Plus, if your parser is
validating, child-element must be declared somewhere.
regarding the first problem, I don't think that ANY allows you to put text as
might be wrong...
Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtan.
The keyword ANY declares an element with any
content. But it is not working so. When i declare the element like this and
have XML doc like <element-name> test </element-name>, parser
throws Exception saying org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: The content of element
type "element-name" must match "(ANY)".
Also i tried to have XML Doc like
This also is not working. I am not clear what the
keyword "ANY" means.
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