$Revision: 1.3 $
$Date: 2002/06/11 01:20:18 $
textdata — Pointer to external text data
textdata ::= EMPTY
Additional attributes: (Required attributes, if any, are bold)
This element points to an external entity containing text to be inserted.
Any markup in the text identified with textdata will be escaped. In other words, this element is for inserting things like program listings, not parts of an XML document. To break a document into separate physical files, use entities.
May be formatted inline or as a displayed block, depending on context. Insert the text.
There are two ways to provide content for textdata: entityref or fileref. It is best to use only one of these methods, however, if multiple sources are provided, entityref will be used in favor of fileref.
These elements contain textdata: textobject.
Identifies the encoding of the text in the external file. Recommended best practice suggests that character encodings registered (as charsets) with the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority be referred to using their registered names.
EntityRef identifies the general entity which contains (or points to) the external text.
FileRef specifies the name of the file which contains the external text.
Format identifies the format of the external text. The Format must be a defined notation.
SrcCredit contains details about the source of the external text.