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Subject: Re: ebXML Procedures

	I will be in Orlando (if I am able to fly out of Washington
due to forcasted snow storm on Sunday/Monday).  I would be
happy to provide a quick tutorial on DocBook and distributing
XML documents.

	However, if I can make a suggestions to the group.  I
think it would a good idea to post the DTD and XSL style sheet
at the ebXML web site.  This way, instead of distributing documents
that have pointers to local DTD and XSL stylesheets they could
point to the Web site.


Betty Harvey                         | Phone: 301-540-8251 FAX: 4268
Electronic Commerce Connection, Inc. | 
13017 Wisteria Drive, P.O. Box 333   | 
Germantown, Md.  20874               |
harvey@eccnet.com                    | Washington,DC SGML/XML Users Grp
URL:  http://www.eccnet.com          | http://www.eccnet.com/xmlug/

On Thu, 27 Jan 2000, Mike Rawlins wrote:

> OK,  thanks.  I'll just read the HTML for now.
> A suggestion:  If we are going to start distributing work group
> documents in XML, I think it would be appropriate to schedule a "how to"
> forum in Orlando.  So, yes, I for one would be interested in some time
> learning how to use docbook (or some other XSL compliant browser and
> authoring tool).  To help us get ready, would someone please post to
> this listserv a URL for where we can download a copy (assuming this is
> share/freeware?)?
> Thanks,
> Klaus-Dieter Naujok wrote:
> > At 12:18 PM 1/27/00 -0600, you wrote:
> >
> > >I get the following error when I try to display the .xml version in IE
> > >5.0.   Either please send a pointer as to where I can get the referenced
> > >file, or fix the reference.
> >
> > Mike (and others),
> >
> > Some clarification.  The main file to read is the html version.  I added
> > the xml source file for those who are users of xml and docbook as an
> > FYI.  Now to the IE5 error, which I am aware of.
> >
> > Since IE5.0 uses a early draft version of XSL, sending you the pointer or
> > the style sheet is of no help.  There are other tools (complying with the
> > final xsl specification) that allow viewing of the XML in conjunction with
> > the docbook.xsl.  If you and others like to know about how to use docbook
> > for creating xml based documents, I am sure we can find some time in
> > Orlando to help you.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Klaus
> --
> Michael C. Rawlins, Rawlins EDI Consulting
> http://www.metronet.com/~rawlins/

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