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This behavior is by design. When both the public ID and system ID are specified in the DOCTYPE declaration, the XmlReader first tries if the XmlResolver.GetEntity understands the public identifier ("-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN"). So it calls GetEntity with the public ID and if the resolver does not understand it (like the XmlUrlResolver), it throws an exception. The XmlReader catches the exception and calls the GetEntity, but this time with the system identifier (“").

Thanks, -Helena Kotas, System.Xml Developer

Gepost door Microsoft op 10-5-2006 om 17:34

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