[oXygen-user] Why Does Does Oxygen Think There is No Schema for This Document?
George Cristian Bina
Thu Jun 4 04:56:39 CDT 2009
in Options->Preferences -- Document Type Association disable the "Only
for local DTDs/XML Schemas" optimization flag.
When this flag is on we resolve non local files to an empty source.
While this works for DTDs for XML Schemas the parser throws an exception
before it reports the root element and we do not get the chance to see
the schema location attributes, thus the observed behavior.
This appears only when both conditions below are met:
"Enable DTD/XML Schema processing in document type detection" is enabled
"Only for local DTDs/XML Schemas" is disabled
and a document refers an XML Schema that is not mapped though an XML
Catalog in a local copy.
We will fix this for 10.3 thanks for reporting it!
George Cristian Bina
<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
Eliot Kimber wrote:
> On 6/3/09 3:15 PM, "Eliot Kimber" <> wrote:
>> Via Webdav to an instance of an RSuiteCMS database I have edited a document
>> that looks like this:
>> Where the URL of the XSD schema can be resolved by Oxygen (that is, I can do
>> ctrl+enter and the schema document opens).
>> However, Oxygen says there is no DTD or schema associated with the document
>> and won't validate it.
>> In the past I've had this problem when my catalogs were not configured
>> correctly, but here there is an explicit and resolvable URL.
>> Is my problem a configuration problem and if so, what would the
>> configuration issue be?
> Follow up: if I save the XSD locally and change the schema location to a
> file:// URL to that saved version, then validation works.
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