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I need to remove all the Elements from a Document who have a particular
attribute w/ a particular value. My first (unsuccessful) attempt was
Element#removeContent w/in an iterator loop Hi
I 'm currently writing a tool to merge different fragments into a
web.xml. I 'm looking for a way to surround an element with comments.
I 've added a namespaced attribute to the element. Based on thAttached is a patch to provide support for outputting documents with
XMLOutputter that contain non-BMP utf-16 characters as surrogate pairs.
Patch is against cvs HEAD.
Hi Jason All.
After some consideration I will volunteer to create a 'pilot ' or
'proof-of-concept ' Java5 conversion of JDom. I will be happy for it to
act as a baseline for simple discussion or peHi
I think you should clone the staticDocument before running each merge. Now
you have the same staticDocument stored multiple times in the
finalDocumentList so all the output files are identical.
I am trying to use jdom to seach for attribute values.
When found I get a value in return.
I want the code to return a message when not found.
I have the ff code
Iterator iterator I am building multiple dynamic xml documents from result set and storing
them to an ArrayList called 'xmlDocumentList '.
I have another static xml document called 'staticDocument '. Where static
I am getting following error when i try to parse the following xml
<attribute > <value >
<?xml version "1.0 " encoding "ISO-8859-1 "? >
</value > </attribute >
There are no whitesI am trying to construct an element that looks like this
xmlns xsd "http //www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema "
xmlns "mynamespace " targetNamespace "mynamespace "
Does JDOM 1.1 vaildates an xml file with internal DTDs?
<meta http-equiv "Content-Type " content "text/html charset us-ascii " >
<meta name "Generator " content "MiI just posted the JDOM 1.1 release for download!
http //www.jdom.org/dist/binary/jdom-1.1.tar.gz // Unix
http //www.jdom.org/dist/binary/jdom-1.1.zip // Windows
(The only difference is the Hi
i wanted to add the xmlns "http //www.w3.org/1999/xhtml " namespace to my
"root " <html > tag like this
Namespace ns Namespace.getNamespace( "http //www.w3.org/1999/xhtml ")
root new ElemHi
I have two XML document as listed below
<TransactionCode >NP </TransactionCode >
<Xid >Rockville </Xid >Hi
I 've just had an XSL transform go VERY weird and I think it may be that
two threads tried to use the same XSLTransformer object at the same time.
The result seemed to be that it returned the untI 've just posted a second release candidate.
http //www.jdom.org/dist/binary/jdom-1.1-rc2.tar.gz // unix
http //www.jdom.org/dist/binary/jdom-1.1-rc2.zip // windows
(Only difference between uniPaul Libbrecht wrote
> I wanted to know if a possibility of bringing to protected the following
> methods of XMLOutputter.
> void printNamespace(Writer Namespace NamespaceStack)
This is good news!
I would like to confirm that the patch I supplied for "Fixed bug when
using attributes without a namespace and outputting to a JDOMResult. "
seems to be working fine with the "jdom-Hello
I wanted to know if a possibility of bringing to protected the
following methods of XMLOutputter.
void printNamespace(Writer Namespace NamespaceStack)
void printElementNamespace(WritI just posted a JDOM 1.1 release candidate for download!
This download is ready to go as far as I 'm concerned but I 'm offering
it up as a release candidate preview because I want your help to make You 're very welcome.
From Jason Hunter [mailto jhunter@(protected)]
Sent Friday November 09 2007 3 55 AM
To Rolf Lear
Subject Re [Hi
I want to make JDOM object from XML clob located in Oracle database column
that has datatype of 'XMLTYPE '. What changes I need to make in
ResultSetBuilder to get the value from that column and Ah here 's Rolf 's original post. The intent for inclusion is clear.
Rolf Lear wrote
> Since I dug up some of my JDOM stuff from years ago here is my patch.
> I have run this through the JThanks for the report. I fixed the bug. The fix is a little more
complicated than the patch you proposed since you need to indicate to
the receiver in readObject() the lack of a namespace and haverolf.lear@(protected) wrote
> Hi Jason.
> Is there any feedback on this? I don 't like pestering you but it would
> be very useful to have some idea of whether JDom is going to be patched
> in > thanks for the reply. The character coudnot be pasted in my
> editor. It is a EOT(control code c0 ) chracter whose decimal
> value is 4. I have read this is not allowed to be parsed by
> xml parsthanks for the reply. The character coudnot be pasted in my editor. It
is a EOT(control code c0 ) chracter whose decimal value is 4. I have
read this is not allowed to be parsed by xml parser. but is
Jason Hunter wrote
> > You have to create a new root element and detach content from the old
> > root to add it to the new root
> > Element newRoot new Element(...)
> > newRoot.setContent(Laurent Bihanic wrote
> Sebastian Hinterw?lder wrote
> > Now I want to set a different root element using JDOM. I already tried
> > it by cloning the whole document but this doesn 't work. A Hi
Abhishek Parwal wrote
> When i try to parse the control chars the following exception occurs
> org.jdom.input.JDOMParseException Error on line 1 Character reference
> " " is an invalid XML Hi
you can create a new document and add to it contents of the root element.
Element root new Element( "new_root ")
or something similar (I am writing fr|