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Subject: Imagedata and XInclude

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I am puzzled by the benign error that I get in validating XIncluded content with Oxygen. Here is the section of code:
<equation ><title>Here is a nice equation</title>
<imagedata align="center">
<xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="EEC-Math-template.xml"/>
and I get the following error in validation:
SystemID: C:\doc\userman\xml\EEC-Section-Template.xml
Location: 300:12
Description: The content of element type "imagedata" must match "EMPTY".
I usually do all of my production XML with Docbook 4.5, Saxon 6.5.5 and FOP 0.94 (with the Jeuclid plugin) which produces output just fine. In the past I have cleared up issues of XIncludes by using the stuff in Stayton's book (http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/ValidXinclude.html), but in this case, I'm not sure what to add to my ENTITYs to clear this up, as it looks like <imagedata> doesn't like xi:xinclude'd files.
I do not believe that this is an oXygen issue, I believe that this is a Docbook modular issue where the Docbook "modularity" support only goes down a few layers?
Thoughts and guidance?

Dean Nelson   
Sr. Software Engineer
Enterprise Electronics Corp

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