[Moin-user] problem processing a docbook document
david at thingbag.net
Thu May 4 06:05:02 EDT 2006
You probably don't want to have your xsl processor going over the
network to get the dtd every time you process a doc anyway.
You could configure your xsl processor to use an xml catalog file to map
the docbook public identifier in the DOCTYPE to a local copy of the dtd:
http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/UseCatalog.html. You could also hack
the moinmoin code so that it puts in a different system identifier (the
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/docbookx.dtd part), one that
points to a local copy.
Since this is a xml/docbook processing question, you might also look for
help on a docbook or xsl listserv.
Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues Diógenes wrote:
>I configured the MoinMoin wiki in a computer running apache, using CGI.
>This computer is behind my university proxy/firewall and I'm with the
>following problem when parsing a docbook document.
>When I make a request of the page
>http://188.8.131.52/xlupa/GuiaAcessibilidadeGnome , I get the following
>XSLT erros de processamento: Error parsing source document
>(wiki://Self/GuiaAcessibilidadeGnome): Error retrieving resource
>socket error] (111, 'Connection refused')
>I use ethereal to see the packets transmitted and I saw that when the
>request arrives in the computer with MoinMoin, it's resolve the name
>http://www.oasis-open.org in the university DNS and retrieve the
>following IP 184.108.40.206 and then talks directly with this IP, and
>when the answear comes, it comes from the 220.127.116.11 directly to my
>MoinMoin machine using some port, but the only port permited for http
>incoming in the proxy is 8080. I believe that this is giving me the
>above "Connection refused".
>I try to set enviroment variables in apache, but this does not work and
>what I saw in the python documentation is that it can handle connection
>throw proxies transparently when there is no need for authentication,
>this is the case here.
>After all this, here is the question: anyone know what can I do to
>resolve this problem?
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