John, On 06/02/06, John Pitt <john at pitt.net.au> wrote:
> Q3 Is there anything I can do? We would prefer not to cut up the xml > file as we want all chapters to talk to each other without spending long > periods resolving broken xrefs. coming from the XML end of things, my first question would be: Is the XML file "valid" or at least "well-formed"? I'm not sure how Frame handles non-valid or XML files, but this would be a first step to exclude one possible source of error. To verify the validity of an XML file, use an XML parser, such as rxp (ftp://ftp.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/pub/richard/rxp.exe) which is a fast command line parser (and may be better suited for this task than the built-in parsers of tools such as XML spy or Oxygen XML) C:/> rxp -sVV yourfile.xml -s suppresses the output, and -VV stops at the first error encountered. HTH -- cheers, Jakob.