joel.eddy at medinex.com
Tue Jul 25 15:57:05 PDT 2000
well ive tried just about everything.. i have commented out every check that
would validate the element against having a ":" and even added the line
if (c == 0x003A) return true;
to the verifier class.. thinking that this might work but it didnt (that key
should be the hex for ' : ' ... anyone have any ideas.. id rather not build
XSL using strings.. a couple of you have been more than helpful so far...
for those not understanding this ... i get the following error when i try to
create an document with the root "xsl:stylesheet" it seems to choke on the
The name "xsl:stylesheet" is not legal for JDOM/XML elements: : is not
allowed in XML names.. org.jdom.IllegalNameException: The name
"xsl:stylesheet" is not legal for JDOM/XML elements: : is not allowed in XML
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