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    DTD / Content help

    Thanks! that seemed to solve the problem, although i think half the problem was because i was using Xray's XML editor v0.9 (couldn't d/l v2.0) to parse my code. It kept giving the error:<Protocol ID="1"> -----------^A name was started with an invalid character...It wasn't until i tested in IE that it threw the correct error </Protocol ID ="1">------------^I have just switched to XMLpad - brilliant, recommended! It even generates a DTD from your code or a .xml template from your DTD / Schema!! (and it's free )Thanks again to everyone who helped.For anyone else reading this my code n
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    DTD / Content help

    I just tried a1 as you suggested, but that didn't work... I also tried to use IE to view the XML but it gives me the same error, even when i change the line and the DTD to:<!DOCTYPE Protocols [ <!ELEMENT Protocols (Protocol)> <!ELEMENT Protocol (Title, Category, Keywords, Uses, Description, Requirements, Method)> <!ATTLIST Protocol number ID #REQUIRED> <!ELEMENT Title (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT Category (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT Keywords (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT Uses (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT Description (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT Requirements (#PCDATA)>
  3. JIH2000

    DTD / Content help

    Hi,I'd appreciate a fresh pair of eyes on this short peice of code, i'm using an editor which says there's something wrong with: <Protocol ID="1"> Saying: A name was started with an invalid character...Any ideas??Thanks in advance. <!DOCTYPE Protocols [ <!ELEMENT Protocols (Protocol)> <!ELEMENT Protocol (Title, Category, Keywords, Uses, Description, Requirements, Method)> <!ATTLIST Protocol ID ID #REQUIRED> <!ELEMENT Title (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT Category (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT Keywords (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT Uses (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT De
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