Using recently calculated values of radiative, Coster-Kronig, and Auger transition rates, and the hypothesis that the satellite structure arises from doubly ionized atoms (with L and N holes), and an assumed incident x-ray spectrum, we calculate the relative intensities of the Ag L-series x-ray spectrum. The calculations are in best agreement with Parratt's measurements when Ag L1-L3M4,5 Coster-Kronig transitions are forbidden. Comparison of the calculations with the satellite components leads to unsatisfactory agreement. Reasons for this are discussed. Modified values of f12, f13, and ω1 for the Ag and Sn L shells are reported.