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Hi Michael, what you can do is to replace the http address with a local path to the schema, which you can find inside your Geant4 source code tree in geant4/source/persistency/gdml/schema/. Or, disable the schema validation step when reading your GDML file... Cheers, Gabriele ---------------- On Thu, 10 Mar 2011 01:10:26 GMT, Michael Rinaldi wrote: > The schema line at top of gdml files contains several references to > websites. such as, > > <gdml xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" > xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation=" > http://service-spi.web.cern.ch/service-spi/app/releases/GDML/schema/gdml.xsd > "> > > I'm currently trying to read a gdml file into geant but am getting the > error, > > G4GDML: VALIDATION ERROR! An exception occurred! > Type:NetAccessorException, Message:Could not connect to the socket for > URL ' > http://service-spi.web.cern.ch/service-spi/app/releases/GDML/schema/gdml.xsd > ' at line: 0 > > I'm pretty sure this is because my company recently put us behind a > firewall. I have set up a system wide proxy but this does not help. Is > their a way to specify the proxy in the <gdml xmlns:xsi.... line above? > > Thanks, Mike