Appreciate the advice and clarification; I'll play around with all suggestions (one at a time, of course). Thanks...
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From: Christiaan Kortekaas <c.kortekaas@library.uq.edu.au>

> Christiaan Kortekaas wrote:
> > Hi Frederick,
> >
> > I may have misunderstood your problem.
> >
> > The structure of Fez is Community->Collection->Record(of any XSD type)
> >
> > So when you create a community, you should then be only able to create
> > communities underneath it.
>
> That should be 'collections' underneath it, not communities under communities.
>
> >
> > Underneath those collections you can create any XSD document type that
> > was specified in the collection
> > when you created that collection.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Christiaan
> >
> > Christiaan Kortekaas wrote:
> >> Hi Frederick,
> >>
> >> We have not tested Fez on Apache 2.x, only Apache 1.3 so this could be
> >> part of the problem.
> >> You could try upgrading the smarty classes to the latest version found
> >> on http://smarty.php.net
> >>
> >> Also we have noticed some versions of libxml2 can have problems:
> >>
> >> When compiling PHP we have noticed that the PHP5 DOMXPATH class does
> >> not work with some versions of LIBXML2.
> >> We have successfully tested using DOMXPATH with LIBXML2 version 2.6.16
> >> (on Linux Centos) and 2.6.23
> >> (latest version of LIBXML on Redhat Fedora 4), but it causes a failure
> >> in PHP with version 2.6.19 (on Linux Red Hat Fedora 4).
> >> We have only tested these three versions so others may work or fail as
> >> well.
> >>
> >> I hope this helps,
> >>
> >> Christiaan
> >>
> >> Frederick "Ricky" Douglas Smith wrote:
> >>> After I login (admin/admin) and go to the page 'Create New Fedora
> >>> Community Display Record', the 'XSD Display Document Types' panel
> >>> does not display the available list of xsd's. It merely shows 'Fedora
> >>> Collection Display Version 1.0', with no other data. Of course, this
> >>> is a required entry, without which the created instance would be
> >>> meaningless. I'm using the CVS of Fez with Fedora 2.1 (released
> >>> Feb06) with Apache 2.055, PHP 5.05, MySQL 5.015 on a WinXP box. All
> >>> config. seems OK, as I compared it against a working Elated 2.1 setup
> >>> on Tomcat. Even though I am useing MySQL 5 instead of one of the late
> >>> version 4's, I know that Fedora is being accessed, because, when I
> >>> navigate to 'Index Fedora Objects into Fez' page, this page correctly
> >>> lists all the demo PID sample stuff which comes with Fedora. also,
> >>> the Apache error log reveals a suspiciously-related issue with a
> >>> Smarty matter:
> >>>
> >>> PHP Warning: Smarty error: math: parameter x is empty in
> >>> C:\\htdocs\\fez\\include\\Smarty\\Smarty.class.php on line 1102,
> >>> referer: http://localhost:8005/fez/manage/doctypexsds.php
> >>>
> >>> (possibly when executing the line: $tpl->assign("list",
> >>> Doc_Type_XSD::getList());
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Have any known issues with this display list been reported? I cannot
> >>> find any. Any feedback at all would be appreciated.
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
>
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