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92373 Jan 11,2010 07:04 AM Jan 17,2010 10:28 PM ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 3
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Steltenpool
Asked On January 11, 2010 07:04 AM

the appended html is xhtml-strict according to the W3C check site. Yet if i parse it through the paragraph. AppendHTML. it gives the following error and stops executing:

DocIO support only welformatted xhtml \nDetails:\nUnexpected DTD declaration. Line 1, position 46

if i then remove the doctype part it complains about the table structure, however non of this comes out of the w3c test; What can i do?

Please help.


"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">





The table below summarizes your responses to questions that have been categorized as "Quality Questions", that is testing elements that go towards assessing the overall quality of the engagement.

















































































































































































































NumberQuestion TitleAnswer givenScore
13.1.1.Team CompositionYes0
14.2.19.Team Members' AccreditationNo100
14.2.21.Work in Foreign JurisdictionsN/A - team members did not work in foreign jurisdictions0
14.4.1.Determining the Scope of the OpportunityYes0
14.5.2.Engagement PlanYes0
15.1.2.Use of Approved Methodologies2 - Satisfactory with Comments20
15.1.3.Information Gathering and Analysis2 - Satisfactory with Comments10
15.1.4.Communication of Progress to Client2 - Satisfactory with Comments10
15.1.5.Technical - Technical and Professional elements2 - Satisfactory with Comments10
15.1.6.Project Management - Use of Appropriate Techniques2 - Satisfactory with Comments10
15.1.1.Use of the Work of an External Third Party/ExpertN/A0
15.2.8.Revision of Engagement PlanYes0
15.4.1.Project Management - Managing the EngagementYes0
15.4.2.Project Management - Managing Financial PerformanceYes0
15.4.3.Project Management - Overall Financial PerformanceYes0
15.4.4.Project Management - Client billingYes0
15.4.5.Project Management - Collection EffortsN/A0
15.4.6.Project Management - Collection of Final BillN/A - engagement is ongoing/final invoice still current0
15.5.6.Content of Representation Letter - Best Practice1 - Satisfactory0
15.5.15.Involvement of Engagement Leader2 - Satisfactory with Comments10
15.5.16.Involvement of Engagement Manager2 - Satisfactory with Comments5
15.5.17.Involvement of EQCR2 - Satisfactory with Comments10
15.5.18.Responsiveness to the Client2 - Satisfactory with Comments10
15.5.19.Value Added by Our Services2 - Satisfactory with Comments5
16.1.1.Documentation (Including Supplementary Information)2 - Satisfactory with Comments20
16.1.2.Extent of Supplementary Information Required2 - Satisfactory with Comments - only minimal additional information or explanations required or provided10
16.2.2.Client Satisfaction - Nature of Feedback Obtained2 - Satisfactory with Comments5
16.2.3.Client Satisfaction - Action TakenYes0
Quality Questions Subtotal235


Except as already addressed in your answers to the questions above, are there other factors relating to engagement quality (either positive or negative) that you consider should be taken into account in assessing the overall engagement performance?





Rajendran [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 12, 2010 09:15 AM

Hi Steltenpool,

Thank you for your interest in Syncfusion Products.

Currently we are supporting XHTML 1.0 version. Only objects as defined in XHTML 1.0 version will be supported by us. In future we will enhance it to support latest versions. Regarding your query Please try our code snippet to append html to paragraph.
//A new document is created.
WordDocument document = new WordDocument();
document.XHTMLValidateOption = XHTMLValidationType.None;
//Add a new section to the document.
IWSection section = document.AddSection();
//Adding a new paragraph to the section.
IWParagraph paragraph = section.AddParagraph();
//Insert Text into the paragraph
paragraph.AppendText("Hello World!html");
//pass html as parameter
paragraph.AppendHTML(html);

Sample html:







The table below summarizes your responses to questions that have been categorized as "Quality Questions", that is testing elements that go towards assessing the overall quality of the engagement.





















NumberQuestion TitleAnswer givenScore
13.1.1.Team CompositionYes0
14.2.19.Team Members' AccreditationNo100





Please try this and let us know if you have any questions.

Regards,
Rajendran

Steltenpool
Replied On January 14, 2010 10:01 AM

i found the problem commented out code is not taken into account:

; so i built a method which extract these comments and now it works!!!

Rajendran [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 17, 2010 10:28 PM

Hi Steltenpool,

We are glad that you have found out the solution by yourself.

Please let us know if you have any questions.

Regards,
Rajendran

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