xml-file in PrimalScript

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sulthoma
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xml-file in PrimalScript

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When trying to open xml-file in PrimalScript, get the message: "Nonamed file contains the wrong path." (in the original: "Файл без имени

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Alexander Riedel
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xml-file in PrimalScript

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That is an MFC error message. Do you get a message about an XML error in the debug windows when that happens?
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sulthoma
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xml-file in PrimalScript

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No. Simply open the file. For example, demo.xml. I just noticed that PrimalScript open these files. Moreover, it is even readable. And used this feature to check the files created by my program. That is why I want to understand - what my files are different from others ...

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xml-file in PrimalScript

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However, thanks for the reply. It is now clear that this is not PrimalScript, this - XMLDOM. I.e. - the error is likely to inaccurate XML syntax

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Go to Tools - Options - Text Editor - General and check"Always open XML files as text". That ensures that XML files with problems are always opened. You can then right click and open them in the xml editor.
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