From: Werner Donné (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 28 2003 - 05:41:23 PST
A simple solution is to download the entities containing the DTD and to
specify a local system identifier in your document type declarations. It
will be used if no other resolution mechanism is available.
Bernd Kuemmerlen wrote:
> this question might be slightly unrelated, but maybe not.
> Currently, I am using xsltproc to generate the FO which is then
> processed by XEP. Now I wanted to try the included SAXON to get rid of
> this additional processing step (well, really to hide it) and to be able
> to use the extensions to the DocBook xsl stylesheets, but since I am
> behind a firewall, SAX is not able to resolve the DTDs of my documents.
> Therefore I would like to use a catalog file.
> In xsltproc, this is very easy because there is an option which tells it
> to consult the SGML_CATALOG_FILES variable.
> My questions are:
> - Is it possible to tell Saxon to use an http-proxy, so that the
> resolving would work?
> - Could anybody shed more light on what is mentioned in
> <http://xep.xattic.com/lists/xep-support/0067.html>, i.e. the
> replacement of the entity resolver with Norman Walsh's resolver. Has
> anybody done this yet and would be willing to share it?
> Thank you very much for any help
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