On 6 juin 12, at 09:58, Eric Brunel wrote:
On 6 juin 12, at 03:07, TomW wrote:
At http://odf-validator.rhcloud.com/, the original file fails:
Ah! Now that's what I needed. Didn't know this service existed, this
will help a lot! Thank you very much for the pointer.
The document is NOT conformant ODF1.0!
doctest.odt/META-INF/manifest.xml: Error: The file 'Configurations2/
accelerator/current.xml' shall not be listed in the 'META-INF/
manifest.xml' file as it does not exist in the ODF package
doctest.odt/META-INF/manifest.xml: Error: The file 'Thumbnails/
thumbnail.png' shall not be listed in the 'META-INF/manifest.xml'
file as it does not exist in the ODF package 'doctest.odt'!
doctest.odt: Info: Generator: OpenOffice.org/2.0$Linux
OK, I've been changing the manifest.xml file to reference only the
files that actually were in the document and it got better. But now
I have an error that I don't understand:
doctest-bis.odt/mimetype: Error: There shall be no extra field for
the 'mimetype' file of ODF package 'doctest-bis.odt'!
What does that mean? The contents for the mimetype file is just:
What's wrong with that? Or is the error elsewhere?
BUT: the document now opens in LO 3.5.4 without being reported as
corrupt! So, I guess the problem is solved, even if I'd like to know
anyway what the error above means.
For the record, here is what I had to do:
Put the mimetype file in the archive at the first position. This seems
to be mandatory in any ODF file.
Delete the settings.xml file from the archive, as it seems it is not
really needed and can cause some problems.
Write a correct META-INF/manifest.xml file, referencing exactly all
the files in the archive and no other.
Make sure all opening tags for all XML documents included the same ODF
version. That was quite easy in my case, since I just had to copy the
version from the template document.
With all this, the document opens without problem in all versions of
all OOo-based software we could test (including LO 3.5.4, IBM Lotus
Symphony 3.0.0 FP2 and OOo 3.1.1).
Looking back at it, it is actually quite surprising the former
versions opened the file without any warning, since the META-INF/
manifest.xml file in it was completely wrong. The newer versions
really seem to do the right thing here.
Thanks a lot again to all who answered.
- Eric -
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