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|After checking the implementation I discovered that the type of an
attribute will be resetted while setting its value (from the Element
class) because a new Attribute object will be created on each Hi
I was searching for help on sorting childrens of a Element. As you propably allready noticed you cannot simply use Collecetions.sort(List Comparator). I was investigating the issue and some of iBradley S. Huffman wrote
> Try this
> import org.jdom.*
> import org.jdom.output.*
> import org.jdom.input.*
> import java.io.*
> public class JdomTest3
> public static String testDHi! I just signed up for a great promotion that I think you should check out. We can both get a free new IPOD nano!
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the section-sign) in the text content of an element. I would expect
XMLOutputter to encode these characters as UTF-8 but
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<html > <body >
On http //www.jdom.org/docs/apidocs/org/jdom/output/Format.html the
documentation for #setLineSeparator says
'Note that if the "newlines " property is false this value is
I cannot fNo XML serializers that I know of give you this much control over the
output. The Saxon serializer (which you could invoke to serialize the JDOM)
will put long attributes on separate lines but using I 'm using JDOM and like it very much for its ease of use.
I 'm now using JDOM to create a series of XML files where the attribute
values are long strings. As a result after 2-3 of them the elemeWhen the XML parser of Resin creates a W3C document from a stream
the document type of that document will have a null name but a
system ID of "stream ".
This will cause JDOM to throw an exception wHow is a person supposed to determine the output length when writing
out xml with XMLOutputter? This would be handy for setting content
length header in http request or response.
______________I am using outputElementContent to get serialized text content for a
wire representation of XML data which was then fed back into JDOM
I found that if I didn 't do format.setLineSeparator( "\n ")Hi
I have a piece of XML and a schema (XSD). I wish to transform the XML to a
newer XML according to the XSD. How can it be done? I looked at XSLT but it
requires a XSL not an XSD.
What I 'm tryinHi guys Im new in this list & new with JDOM so "hi " to everybody & thanx for your precious comments & helps.
My question is
Let say that I got an XML file like this one
<?xml version "1.0 " encodHi
According to the javadoc org.jdom.Element.getContent() returns a list of
objects of types that all extend org.jdom.Content. My code looks something
for (Iterator it xhtmlElement.Hi
I have to process an existing XML file and write a new output XML file.
Additonally I have to change the encoding to the following
<?xml version "1.0 " encoding "ISO-8859-1 "? >
I am new to JDOM aWhy does CompactFormat put a newline after the declaration?
Is it required by the XML specs?
I 'm attempting to validate an XML document against a Schema using Xerces.
Using JDOM (1.0) under Java 1.4 this was accomplished as follows
myBuilder new SAXBuilder( "org.apache.xerces.parsers.SAXPaHello
First of all thanks a lot for jdom its a really well designed API and
its fun to work with it.
I would like to use XPath for just selecting the
" <a displayname > "-nodes however I tried severa
Tatu Saloranta wrote
> Hi Matthias! I think it 's good that you had a chance
> to have a look at what others have done in the area.
Yes. Object binding/serialization is really one of the fields wheHi developers again
My second question touches one of the few "weak points " of JDOM - and DOM in
general. It is clear to me that the philosophy of any DOM model is to have the
complete model in memoHi JDOM developers.
My name is Matthias Basler. I am a german geographer (currently without a job)
and I have a strong interest in programming with Java (Eclipse) especially in
the area of GIS and iHi
I have a big problem with JDom and the Tamino XML Server. I have to store
Word2003(XML) Documents in the database. This works without problems. But
when I try to load the documents the databaseXSLTransformer needs a setFactory(JDOMFactory) method so that it can pass
that factory on to the JDOMResults building its answers.
XSLTransformer needs a setFactory(JDOMFactory) method so that it canHello out there
I have a special problem. I wrote this allready into the tomcat user
list but maybe somone here has a good solution for my problem.
I want to forward a JDOM-object from one servlet Hi
Every once in a while I get the following exception when trying to read in
my XML file. The file looks ok and seems to be valid. Any hints would be
Caused by org.xml.sax.SAX ?
I want to have a particular XML created and then pass values dynamically. That is i will have changing values everytime.
Can i do it? Any examples.
Hi <BR >
First of all. Thank you for this great resource.
To have jdom handle prefixed attributes with the same prefix as their parent
element on IBM WAS on AIX with jvm 1.4.x I added the followOn 12/14/05 Michael Kay <mike@(protected) > wrote
> > There is a business rule in place on the maximum size of the image
> I can imagine a business rule that expresses a maximum size as say 12cm I am currently developing a web service that accepts images among
other things. I am debating having the images submitted in the XML
using base64Binary typed elements. Using a maxLength restriction|