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On 6 juin 12, at 20:46, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:

The required manifest:version="1.2" is required, for ODF 1.2 documents, on the <manifest:manifest> element (the root of META-INF/ manifest.xml> and on the <manifest:file-entry> having manifest:full- path="/".

OK, LO does open the document without it, but I'll put it in there anyway, wouldn't want it to break for other software.

Also, double-check all places where MIME Type strings are expressed, including in the mimetype file of the package. There should be no ",", ";" or whitespace characters in the content values.

Just copied the exact values from an existing file, so these should be OK. Only need 3 actually: application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text for the document itself, text/xml for all XML files and image/png for the images.

As for your previous question:

Finally, how are you producing the mimetype in the Zip package? It might be better to let LO do that.

I'm not producing it, I'm copying it from an existing ODF document, so there shouldn't be any problem at all. I'll make sure the type written in it is actually the type written in the manifest.xml file for the root document though.

Thanks a lot!
 - Eric -

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