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Re: Using an DTD not specified in XML file for validation

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can you edit the xml and add the dtd/scheama ?


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Brian Quinlan <br***@sweetapp.comwrites:
I'm trying to figure out how I can validate an XML file using a DTD
that isn't specified in the XML file.
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