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XML Schema validator fails to load XML Schema from URL

I'm trying to validate an XML document against a set of XML Schemas and the parser seems to freak out: even though all the schemas are referred to in the XML and are properly recognized by Schemas field in XML document properties, I get warnings (multiple
Request for the permission of type 'System.Net.WebPermission, System, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089' failed
Cannot resolve the 'schemaLocation' attribute
The schema referenced from this location in your document contains errors
The warning locations are also seemingly random - errors in schema locations are reported on closing tags inside XML or on whitespaces, and so on.
The first warning (System.Net.WebPermission) suggests it has something to do with access to remote schemas, but all the necessary remote schemas are visible in XML Schema Set editor for the document. I also enabled downloading of XML schemas in XML text
editor options.

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We created custom XMP panels before. I now want them to show up in CC. I can get the tab open to show the file (this happens when I "Get Info" on the InDesign page), but it crashes InDesign and won't show the fields. Do I need to update the Flash file, or get to a different location? Is it the permissions? Am I just crazy?
In CS6, here's where I'd put stuff:
UI for XMP panels:
Mac\Library\Application Support\Adobe\XMP\Custom File Info\Panels\3.0\panels\IEEECS\bin\IEEECS.swf
/Library/Application Support/Adobe/XMP/Custom File Info Panels/3.0/panels
Where am I putting these things in CC? Am I putting it here?
/Users/ME/Library/Application Support/Adobe/XMP/Custom File Info Panels/4.0
I'm tired of crashing my InDesign CC. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

I have installed on Mac OS X:
Extension Builder 3 in Eclipse
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Adobe ExtendScript Toolkit CC
Working on basic example extension project I want to exchange XMP metadata to/from Adobe Premiere using ExtendScript.
I added line to load XMP library in .jsx file, but it doesn't work:
ExternalObject.AdobeXMPScript = new ExternalObject("lib:AdobeXMPScript");
I also tried to extract AdobeXMPScript.framework file from Adobe Bridge installation package contents, and load it by ExternalObject, but again with no result. It seems environment doesn't know what ExternalObject is.
Is it possible to work with XMP data in extension? If yes, what I need to add/install to make it work?

Hi there,
I'm currently wondering around XMP metadata and swf files.
A: Flash CS5: works
When I use the XMP panel in Flash CS5 and export a swf, open Adobe Bridge CS5 and select the file, the XMP data are correctly displayed.
B: Flash Builder(Flex 4.1): don't work
When I use Flashbuilder and add my metadata to the compilation, then compile, open Adobe Bridge CS5 and select the file, nothing is included in metadata.
Procedure based on the following (same problem if metadata are directly set through compiler arguments):
    <title>My title</title>
    <description>My description</description>
    <publisher>The publisher</publisher>
    <creator>The creator</creator>
compiler argument
As far as understood, on the background the following is added to the swf at compile time:
<rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf=''>
    <rdf:Description rdf:about='' xmlns:dc=''>
        <dc:title>My title</dc:title>
                <rdf:li xml:lang='x-default'>My description</rdf:li>
        <dc:publisher>The publisher</dc:publisher>
        <dc:creator>The creator</dc:creator>
I've checked that the medata is correctly added to the swf file using this small software polarswf:
I do not know if it is safe to use it in a produciton context at least in trial mode it allows to check the metadata included in your swf.
I wonder if this metadata coonot be read by Adobe Bridge because they are at a "lower level" than those put by flash CS5 XMP panel?
Thank you in advance for your help.
This is not a blocking situation, but I'm curious to understand what happend.
Cedric Madelaine (aka maddec)

I just started using Adobe Acrobat X for Mac to create PDF/A-1b documents from scanned TIFs.  I created a script in the Action Wizard to 1) Combine Files into a Single PDF; 2)Downsample image resolution to 150 ppi (bitmaps to 300 ppi); 3) Recognize Text;4) Pause to find all suspects and make corrections to incorrect OCR; 5) Convertto PDF/A-1b (sRGB); and 6) Verify compliance with PDF/A-1b.
When I use the Action Wizard to to execute the script above I receive an error message stating "Metadata does not conform to XMP."  However, when I execute each of the actions manually I do not receive the XMP metadata error.  It takes a long time to execute each action manually, so I am hoping there is some way to make this full script work in the Action Wizard.
I have an open case with Adobe regarding this issue, but so far no solutions.

I'm working a solution to support XMP in my application and I
have a problem with a compound document.
I created a compound document with InDesign and my XMPExtractor was unable to retreive the XML blocs from it. In my extractor,
I use the PacketScanner and the ToolKit (MetaXAP object) from adobe's SDK.
So I tried the XAPDumper example and it can't get the XML either. I get
Caught runtime error XAP_ERR_BAD_XML
*** ParseSubstring failed
My file doesn't seem to be corrupted but to be sure I tried
the same steps with another simple compound document file and got the
same error message.
I think that the MetaXAP should be able to parse these files. Any additional
information that will help me resolve these issues will be greatly
I couldn't find a way to attach my files with this post... You can email me at [email protected] and I will reply you with the files attached.
Best Regards,

I have searched the fourm and there are a couple of responses to similar questions, but I I can't seen to find how to move the XMP files when I drag a folder of photos from one external drive to another external drive.
I drag the folder with 500 photos over the photos go but I get a message saying the following files did not transfer and its all my XMP files for the images I transfered.  How can I get the folders and the edits to transfer from a 500gb to a 4TB external hard drive
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Joe Cosentino

My question is two-fold, so I apologize that this is long, but it will be best with the backstory:
I shoot Raw on a Canon 5DMIII and import my images into Lr5 on my PC as CR2 files. I am beginning to work with an editor for the post production of my images and upload my files to her via Dropbox. In effort to keep the files as small as possible (and upload/download times shorter), I export my images as DNGs. Specifically, I ensure the 'Use Lossy Compression' option is checked and the 'Embed Original Raw File' is unchecked. I then resize the image to 2000 pixels on the Long Edge and the overall file is under 1MB.
She then imports the DNG files into her iMac for editing also in Lr5. Prior to my exporting, I will edit a few images as sneak peeks for my clients, flag them as a 'pick' and code them as 'red'. When she imports my DNGs, she can see the 'red', but she cannot see the flagged images. Fine, this is something I can live without. She does her editing, also flagging them as a pick and coding them red. She then exports as the original file.
She then uses ExifTool, opens the terminal application and write in: "exiftool -xmp -b -w xmp -r", drags in the DNG files and exports the XMPs. She then sends the XMP files back to me, I place them into my folder with my original RAW files, tell my PC to 'replace' the XMP files that are already in the folder. Then in Lr5, I highlight all my files and select 'Read Metadata From File'.
Now, initially, nothing happens. I am unable to see any images flagged or coded red. However, I do see the 'attention' icon (I'm sure that is not the right name for it) on the upper right corner of the images she has edited when in the library module. If I click on it, it tells me that the MetaData has conflicting information and do I want the file or catalog to be primary. I click on the 'file' option and only then do I see her edits, including the 'red' coding (but not flagged as 'pick').
Part 1 Questions: Why when I am instructing it to 'Read the MetaData From File' is it not automatically picking up her edits? Am I doing something incorrectly when I put the XMPs back in the original folder with the RAW images and have the XMPs replace the originals? Is it normal for the 'pick' flags to not transfer?
Part 2 Questions: When she edits my images, she creates a virtual copy and creates one color and one b+w of each image for my clients. As such, she sends me back two XMP files for one image. How do I get these 2nd XMPs to map to the virtual copy within my library, as I am only creating the virtual copy of an image once I know it is one she selected for the final gallery. If I create a virtual copy of an image she edited after-the-fact, the b+w XMP cannot locate it.
Any guidance is appreciated! Thank you!

on our SDK page, the link to the CS4 SDK accidentally got lost,
but you can still download it here.
Here is short guideline which SDK to use:
If you or your customer are using only CS5, use the the CS5 SDK
When your custom panel shall be used with both CS4 and CS5, please use the CS4 SDK
For users of CS3 or earlier, you can create custom panels using a textual syntax, please use this SDK
When you have existing "EVE panels", you can convert them to MXML,
please read the forum discussion "Convert CS3 XMP Panels to work with CS
-- Stefan

Dear List members:
I have just recently installed Creative Suite CS2 and begun to explore the functionality of XMP. After purchasing Bruce Fraser's book on Camera Raw for CS2, I downloaded Metalab (Pound Hill Software) and created my first custom XMP panel that can be seen under the file info in Photoshop when an image (digital photo) is open.
The problem is that I noticed a few odd things and began to question myself if there is some kind of bug or a problem with my installation of CS2.
1. The window that opens under the file info command has several categories of information on the left to be chosen from, in the following order:
(1)Description, (2)Camera Data 1, (3)Camera Data 2, (4)Categories, (5)History, (6)IPTC Contact, (7)IPTC Content, (8)IPTC Image, (9)IPTC Status, (10)Adobe Stock Photos, (11)Origin, (12)Advanced
The Camera Data 1 option when selected opens a panel in the file info window that seems to contain all the information it is supposed to contain. The Camera Data 2 panel, on the other hand, doesn't display any information at all. Although the fields are there, they are empty. The fields are:
(1)Pixel Dimension X and Y, (2)Orientation, (3)Resolution X and Y, (4)Resolution Unit, (5)Compressed Bits per Pixel, (6)Color Space, (7)Light Source, (8)File Source.
All these fields are empty but when looking at the same file under Bridge the information is there, displayed under the metadata menu.
This is something I noticed "before" installing Metalab so I know it is not a compatibility issue generated by the installation of the software.
After installing CS2 I noticed that CS1 remained installed in my system. The version I purchased of CS2 is the upgrade one. Since I have no use for CS1 as I am now totally converted to CS2, I would like to uninstall CS1. The following are some of the questions I have:
1. How can I uninstall CS1 without causing any problems to my installation of CS1 ? Is there an uninstall utility with the software or will I have to uninstall the entire package manually ?
2. My G5 came with only one internal 160 GB drive where I originally installed CS1. I then purchased another internal 400 GB HD and copied the original drive onto it. This week I am going to replace the original 160 GB drive with a second 400 GB drive so that I can do regular "mirror image" back-ups between the two drives. Shold I expect any problems as I remove the drive where I originally installed CS1 ? Since I used disk utility to "copy" the 160 GB drive onto the 400 GB drive, my understanding it that any Adobe software key or authorization was also transferred to the drive. Is this right ? In case it hasn't, how can I transfer this information so that after I remove the 160 GB drive I will not experience any problems when trying to run CS2 ?
3. How can I fix the problem with the Camera Data 2 panel under the file info window and command ? I noticed that the folder that is supposed to hold the Custom File Info Panels (HD>Library>Application Support>Adobe>XMP>Custom File Info Panels) has files for CS1 and CS2. Could this be a problem ? There many more files with .dat extenson than there are with the .txt extension. Bruce Fraser specifically says that the ones with the .txt extension are the ones that hold the XMP templates for information related to the image files. The files I have in this folder with the .txt are:
(1)Camera1_CS2.txt , (2)Camera1.txt , (3)Camera2_CS2.txt , (4)Camera2.txt , (5)Categories.txt , (6)History.txt , (7)IPTC_Contact.txt , (8)IPTC_Content.txt , (9)IPTC_Image.txt , (10)IPTC_Status.txt , (11)StockPhotoInfo.txt
The only ones that have two separate files one each for CS1 ad CS2 are Camera 1 and Camera 2. Camera 2 seems to be the only that is now non-functional. What should I expect to happen if I were to manually uninstall the ones that relate to CS1 ? Could that cause any problems ?
My apologies for the long post but I didn't really know how to make it shorter.

We are using an image vault to manage our pictures and i made an InDesign JavaScript to retreive images description contained within the XMP datas.
The text entered in the image bank is good in the browser.
When i open the image in Photoshop CS6 (and older), the XMP data shown is good.
When i open the image in others application (Bridge, PSD CC or my InDesign Script), only the old data is showing (prior to the image bank text update).
To make the good XMP data available to all application, i must open the image in CS6, make a "save as" and then the good XMP is showing through all the application. With an image bank of over 30000 images, this is hardly a solution.
This is what the header looks like when exporting the XMP datas)
Header when exporting XMP from PSD CS6 before the save as (showing the old schema)
Header when exporting XMP from PSD CS6 after the save as (the old schema isn't there anymore and "TC_GENERIC" is now showing)
Any pointers to what i should do to make this right?