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Re: XML Schema Problem

jack russell terrior

> At 02:17 PM 12/9/2003 -0700, Rick Taylor wrote:
> <xsd:include schemaLocation="testComponent.xsd"/>

Are you by any chance using a linux/unix server to serve your files?

If so, you may find in your server logs that the browser (MSXML or IE, 
don't know...) is actually looking for:

<xsd:include schemaLocation="testcomponent.xsd"/>

For some reason, IE/MSXML changes the case (everything becomes 
lowercase) that you wrote in your schemaLocation and since linux/unix 
servers care about such things, there is a problem. I have submitted 
this as a bug, but the MS folk don't seem to recognize it as such...


p.s. Now, to bring this list back on track:

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A: Jack Russell Terrior (broken or rough coat, of course) -- or my dog, 
freddie, a.k.a Dr. Freddie Puppylove, a.k.a Baron von Muunchhausen 
(picture available at the fascinating koberg.com website)


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