Michael J. Suzio msuzio at ford.com
Mon Feb 23 17:30:52 GMT 1998

OK, to be more precise, the problem I think I'm seeing is that,
using an XML example, like this:

  <SOURCE href="http://www.quotesrus.com/">
  <LINE>This is line 1 of the quote</LINE>

I would expect (using SAX) to receive an ignorable() event when
the end of the opening QUOTE tag is reached, and the "\n " string
found.  I'm not seeing that, using the DXP implementation.  Should
I?  I'm not sure if I see what circumstances actually alert
a parser that, yes, this whitespace is *not* significant.  I
know it is supposed to pass the data to the application, but the
data is also supposed to be flagged, correct?

Michael J. Suzio
Web Technical Standards, WWW & Internet Applications
(313) 24-88120
msuzio at eccms1.dearborn.ford.com / msuzio at ford.com

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