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DataRSS for SearchMonkey

I am trying to create DataRSS feed for products of my site. I am new in semantic web technology. I read documentation and prepared the following DataRSS feed. But when i try to validate my feed before submit form yahoo site explorer . it gives me a alert box showing the message "The feed is not in a valid structured data format."
even though i tried template data provided by yahoo search monkey guide (ULR: http://developer.search.yahoo.com/help/objects/product)

My Complete XML document is following

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<?profile http://search.yahoo.com/searchmonkey-profile ?>
<feed xmlns:atom="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" xmlns:y="http://search.yahoo.com/datarss/">
<id>http://argot-hub.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/_samples/hmrc/datarss-assistant-officer.xml</id>
<author>
<name>HerbsMD</name>
</author>
<title type="text">HerbsMD products feed</title>
<updated>2008-07-07T18:30:02Z</updated>

<atom:entry>
<atom:id>http://www.herbsmd.com/detail/tonalin-cla-9212.htm</atom:id>
<y:adjunct version="1.0" name="com.herbsmd">
<y:item rel="dc:subject">
<y:type typeof="commerce:Business gr:BusinessEntity">
<y:item rel="gr:offers">
<y:type typeof="gr:Offering">
<y:item rel="gr:includesObject">
<y:meta property="gr:amountOfThisGood" datatype="xsd:float">1.0</y:meta>
<y:item rel="gr:typeOfGood">
<y:type typeof="product:Product gr:ProductOrServicesSomeInstancesPlaceholder">
<y:meta property="rdfs:label">Startech Serial ATA Cable - 45.72cm - Red</y:meta>
<y:meta property="rdfs:comment">If you're one of the growing
numbers of PC users with a mini or micro form factor case, you know that
you don't have a lot of room to spare. These right-angle Serial ATA
cables guarantee you''ll be able to plug in your high-performance Serial
ATA 150 hard drives, no matter how tight your space is. With their thin,
narrow construction, these flexible cables improve airflow and reduce
clutter in your case, helping to keep your case clean and cool. And,
like all our cables, they're backed by our lifetime warranty.
</y:meta>
<y:meta property="product:identifier" datatype="use:sku">10363780</y:meta>
<y:item rel="rdfs:seeAlso media:image" resource="http://example.com/image.jpg"/>
<y:item rel="product:manufacturer">
<y:type typeof="vcard:VCard commerce:Business">
<y:item rel="vcard:url" href="http://www.example.org/company"/>
<y:meta property="vcard:organization-name">Startech Computer Products</y:meta>
</y:type>
</y:item>
<y:item rel="review:hasReview">
<y:type typeof="review:Review">
<y:meta property="review:rating" datatype="xsd:integer"/>
<y:meta property="review:minRating" datatype="xsd:integer">0</y:meta>
<y:meta property="review:maxRating" datatype="xsd:integer">5</y:meta>
<y:meta property="review:totalRatings" datatype="xsd:integer">3,601</y:meta>
</y:type>
</y:item>
</y:type>
</y:item>
</y:item>
<y:item rel="gr:hasPriceSpecification">
<y:meta property="gr:isListPrice" datatype="xsd:boolean">false</y:meta>
<y:meta property="gr:hasCurrencyValue" datatype="currency:USD">19.79</y:meta>
<y:meta property="gr:hasCurrency">USD</y:meta>
</y:item>
<y:item rel="gr:hasPriceSpecification">
<y:meta property="gr:isListPrice" datatype="xsd:boolean">true</y:meta>
<y:meta property="gr:hasCurrencyValue" datatype="currency:USD">29.99</y:meta>
<y:meta property="gr:hasCurrency">USD</y:meta>
</y:item>
</y:type>
</y:item>
</y:type>
</y:item>
</y:adjunct>
</atom:entry>
</feed>

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