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Re: Which XML Processor is behaving correctly.

starting windows xml processor
Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> I believe parser A is correct and parser B is not. We currently do not
> handle this case correctly in the most recent versions of MSXML. The XML
> parser in the System.Xml namespace of the .NET Framework handles this
> correctly. 

(OT: do consider not using a top posting style on this list - it 
makes browsing threads you're involved in a two pass effort as well 
as having to skip over your .sig - aside from the fact that placing 
your sig in the middle of a post will truncate that post in some muas)

-----Original Message-----
 > From: Doug Ransom [mailto:Doug.Ransom@p...]
 > Sent: Monday, January 20, 2003 2:43 PM
 > To: Xml-Dev@Lists. Xml. Org (E-mail)
 > I have one parser ("A") that loads the document inline below,
 > and one that does not (B);
 > [...]

A - entity expansion should really complete before either the 
namespace or XSLT lavels start kicking in. B /might/ be correct for 
an external entity (the parser is not always obligated to read it in)

Bill de hÓra


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