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Default XML Output file

I am using XML Version 1.0
in Windows 2000 and XP.

I am converting XML output from Crystal Reports (version 10).

Having produced successful xml output in XMLSpy using a prefix (thanks to previous advise from Michael Kay), I have since found that a third party 'message router' application will not approve the crystal reports namespace.

Code:
<FormattedReport xmlns="urn:crystal-reports:schemas" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2000/10/XMLSchema-instance">
    <FormattedAreaPair Level="0" Type="Report">
        <FormattedArea Type="Header">
            <FormattedSections>
                <FormattedSection SectionNumber="0">
                    <FormattedReportObjects>
                        <FormattedReportObject xsi:type="CTFormattedField" Type="xsd:string" FieldName="{CUSTOMER.CONTACT}">
                            <ObjectName>CONTACT1</ObjectName>
etc....

I'm guessing that it is the 'urn:crystal-reports:schemas' that the router is having problems, as this is not a (system) recognised namespace for xmlns. Is there anyway of automating an alternative namespace within the output?

Has anyone come across this problem before?

Thanks in advance,

Neal

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