#795 roundtrip: Elements not supported errors.

output: Roundtrip
open
XSL (1066)
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2009-03-17
2006-07-07
Troy Day
No

Attached is the source xml and the result.

The book element is matched and it's title, however,
high level elements like chapter, preface, and
appendix are not matched. I see templates to handle
these elements so this may be a bug or something my
source file is producing.

A customization layer is being used to specify the
template document but that is all.

Discussion

  • Troy Day

    Troy Day - 2006-07-07

    xml source and result files

     
  • Steve Ball

    Steve Ball - 2006-07-13
    • assigned_to: nobody --> balls
     
  • Norman Walsh

    Norman Walsh - 2006-08-18

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    Are you using the XSL or XSL2 stylesheets? Have you tried
    using the stylesheets directly, instead of your
    customization layer?

     
  • Mauritz Jeanson

    Mauritz Jeanson - 2009-03-17
    • summary: Elements not supported errors. --> roundtrip: Elements not supported errors.
     
  • Mauritz Jeanson

    Mauritz Jeanson - 2009-03-17

    I applied db2wordml.xsl (DcBook XSL 1.74.3) to the test document (document.xml), and the only error message was:

    "literallayout encountered in informalfigure, but no template matches." (3 times)

    However, Word 2003 refused to open the resulting WordML document, and displayed this error message:

    """
    The file could not be opened because an XML element was found in an invalid location.

    Details

    Unspecifed error. Error location: Line: 4310, Column: 113
    """

    Line 4310 refers to the start tag of this element:

    <w:r>
    <w:rPr>
    <w:rStyle w:val="inlineerror"/>
    </w:rPr>
    <w:t>literallayout encountered in informalfigure, but no template matches.</w:t>
    </w:r>

    Commenting out the above resulted in another error message, where the offending line (4334) contained a literal <ulink>.

    I stopped here...

     

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