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path resolution problem for DTD file on Linux

 
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Hi Pals,

iam getting

FileNotFoundException: root/SetElement [no such file or directory]

when i try to parse a XML file.

My XML file starts as follows

<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<!DOCTYPE SetElement SYSTEM "SetElement.dtd" >

and i have put the SetElement.dtd in the working directory.

iam using JBuilder. On Windows it is searching for DTD file in the working directory and so works fine. But on Linux it is searching for the DTD file in the /root directory instead of working directory.

Thanks
jayanth
 
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Have you tried to place ./ or and see whether its works in both OS?
like
<!DOCTYPE SetElement SYSTEM "./SetElement.dtd" >

?? Just thinking... ??
 
jayanth babu
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iam not supposed to change the XML file. I should parse the same file as it is.

thanks
jayanth
 
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if your tasks is only parsing, and if you are not checking for Validation of xml against DTD, then you can turnoff the dtd validation in your parser using java code. I dont know what xml parser jbuilder is using, probably Xerces, if so Xerces support turning off dtd validation.
 
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