This forum has been such a help to me implementing MIL-STD 40051C using Arbortext Editor 5.3 and Print Composer, I thought I would share a bug I found.
I kept gettting errors with parsing of the v1.7 LOGSA XSL-FO when trying to use Print Composer but only in certain directories. I narrowed it down to my placement of a % sign in the folder name which of course ended up in the full path name when SAX would try to parse, throwing the error.
So, if you run into this same problem, just remove the special character(s) from your directory structure and you should be able to generate a print preview.
You'd think I'd have known that from my Web experience but after coming back to the Windoze platform for work, I started the bad habits of making file names and paths with the most descriptive namespaces as possible for interoperability with coworkers who may not know what I was thinking when I created the file or folder. I may have to go back to underscores/ dashes because of program compatability.
Lynn, when you say you forget to delimit the spaces, what do you mean exactly? Is this on a higher level than just Arbortext Editor?
Now that's interesting. This post by Lynn arrived in my Inbox before the one from Clay to which it was a response.