You have attempted to use a physical URL rather than the correct Permanent URL. The physical URLs are ephemeral: they may change at any time. Only the Permanent URL is really permanent and suitable for reference to an International Standard. Please note that some popular browsers bookmark the ephemeral physical URL rather than the Permanent URL. You may need to use the bookmark facilities in your browser to establish the correct Permanent URL.
Or, you have attempted to use an obsolete reference to the Final Committee Draft of ISO/IEC 15445 (ISO-HTML). This document no longer exists.
The reference for the International Standard ISO/IEC 15445:2000(E), also known as ISO-HTML, is http://purl.org/NET/ISO+IEC.15445/15445.html.
The reference for the ISO/IEC 15445:2000 Technical Corrigendum 1, is http://purl.org/NET/ISO+IEC.15445/TC1.html. Note that this document is still work in progress. It is not appropriate to use it as a reference.
The reference for the Japanese translation of the International Standard ISO/IEC 15445:2000, which is also Japanese National Standard JIS X 4156:2000 is http://purl.org/NET/ISO+IEC.15445/JP/15445.html.
The reference for the User's Guide to ISO/IEC 15445:2000 is http://purl.org/NET/ISO+IEC.15445/Users-Guide.html. Note that the User's Guide is not an ISO/IEC document.
The reference for the Japanese translation of the User's Guide to ISO/IEC 15445:2000 is http://purl.org/NET/ISO+IEC.15445/JP/Users-Guide.html. This document is not yet available. Note that the User's Guide is not an ISO/IEC document.
The file containing the SGML Declaration for ISO/IEC 15445:2000 is available at http://www.cs.tcd.ie/15445/15445.dcl.
The file containing the Document Type Definition (DTD) for ISO/IEC 15445 is available at http://www.cs.tcd.ie/15445/15445.dtd.
These Permanent URL's (PURL's) are indirect. They are resolved to physical locations when accessed. If you wish to bookmark the documents, you should bookmark the PURL, not the ephemeral physical location, which may change at any time.
Search engines often provide the ephemeral physical location rather than the Permanent URL.
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