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Derek Read

Reply to: Using a ditaval file in a 64bit system

Also useful for debugging this is that if things do work you should see the content of any ditaval file that is found reflected in the log file after a few lines that look similar to this:

C:WINDOWSsystem32>IF /I EXIST "c:my pathmyfile.ditaval" (
echo *********** File content : c:my pathmyfile.ditaval 
TYPE "c:my pathmyfile.ditaval" 
echo ***********************************************************************
)
*********** File content : c:my pathmyfile.ditaval
dita val file content here...

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