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Subject: Re: JAXP and docbook-xsl Stylesheets
Simon, A HUGE thank you! Yes, after spending hours trying to figure this out, all I needed to do was change this: transformer.setOutputProperty(OutputKeys.ENCODING,"UTF-8"); to this: transformer.setOutputProperty(OutputKeys.ENCODING,"ISO-8859-1"); -- Don > This sounds like an encoding problem. When your xml > file has latin1 encoding (iso-8859-1), non-breaking > space is a single character of value A0. When your xml > file has utf-8 encoding, non-breaking space consist of > two bytes. If you mix both, that is, when the xml file > declares utf-8 encoding but non-breaking space is written > in the latin-1 manner as a single byte A0, your XML file > is not valid.