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Subject: troubles using <olink>
I’m using <olink> for the [website] application, and I’ve some troubles:
1) My source “*xml” files are distributed in several directories. Suppose (as an example) that those files are placed: some in a “root” directory, and some in sub-directory “./a” and some others in subdirectory “./b”. All output HTML files are in “./html”. I’m trying to <olink> from “./a/origin.xml” to “./b/destiny.xml”.
Processing (using Saxon) as stated in “DocBook XSL” book, I get a file “website.database.xml” generated in the “root” directory, but Saxon complain because it cannot find that file in the subdirectory “./a”. If I copy (by hand) “website.database.xml” into “./a” it works (I get the link working in HTML output) but I get the error message during the Saxon execution:
Failure reading “root/a/olinkdb.xml” : no more input.
What is this file supposed to be???
2) In addition to that, the file “website.database.xml” generated from “Autolayout.xml” gets a DTD declaration:
PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
This is producing parsing errors in the DTD file itself. If I erase that DTD declaration everything works OK.
Could anybody explain me what is going on here??
Docbook xsl 1.73.2
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