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|I just -- for approximately the zillionth time on yet another
computer -- downloaded and compiled JDOM from cvs because of a bug to
do with XSLT and namespaces that 's in the 1.0 release and that alwHi
I read "Why does setText( " ") not do what I want? " in FAQ but I do not understand the 2 solutions.
>The solution is to pass regular Unicode characters to the setText()
>method or if you ha
No worry. I found the solution. thankz )
JDOM rocks )
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Sent from the JDOM - Hello.
I realize this may not be a pure JDOM issue but figured I would post
this question here as I have not been able to find anything substantive.
I have a text node like
<name >Peter & Paul <Edelson Justin ha scritto
> > Should I set something to avoid it?
> You could call element.setNamespace(Namespace.NO_NAMESPACE)
this way the namespace is removed at all and I get <CBIHdrBdHi
I am using the XMLOutputter to capture in a String the output of an
element with all its sons. The original XML has an element like this
<BODY CBIHdrBdyInv >
which gets printed as
<BODY CBIHdrHi Robert
That issue is addressed in this FAQ entry
Heise Robert wrote
> Im wondering if anybody can assist or has run into this issueHello
Im wondering if anybody can assist or has run into this issue before
I have an external source which is returning xml. When I obtain that
xml via BufferedReader the xml looks like this
Problem was simply reading theinpustream which I later figured out.
I could also give the inputstream from the opened HttpUrlConnection as
input to the constructor of a SAXBuilder.
Now I have t
Adding the trailing slashes make the parsing work. But now I 've got a
different problem ... when I parse the file (with the same code) i get this
I 'm new to JDOM and I 'm having problems parsing a WSDL file. Here is what
I 'm doing
String namespace_defs new String()
namespace_defs "http //schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl
http //schemas.xmlsoWhen I run your input sample through SAXBuilderDemo I get this
The prefix "resources.jms " for element "resources.jms JMSProvider " is
So it seems you didn 't send a full sample file. I aHi!
I tried to register a new free software project at Savannah and learned
hat JDOM is not
compatible with GPL and thus cannot be legally combined with GPL 'ed
I have previously heard sHi
i am using the code below to validate an xml using an xsd. The
corresponding xml and xsd have been attached. Despit the xml being valid
according to my editor which validates against the xsd i kHello
has someone written a class which extends the DefaultTreeModel or
implements a TreeModel? I want to read an XML-file display it in a
JTree and want to make changes with the JDOM as the underlI 've recently found two JAXP performance problems. I 've filed a bug
with Sun on them.
I 've seen these calls in the JDOM source and want to call attention to
When used in conjunction with TomcatHi
I worked with JDOM und like it very well but I have a problem with saving
into xml the sub element.
I can add an Element and save it but when I add sub element it will saved as
I have an element and I want to retrieve a String which contains the
children of my element including their text. For example if I have
mainelement in this way
<one >one </one >
<I 'm currently outputting my document with the PrettyFormat...
Format fmt Format.getPrettyFormat()
XMLOutputter outputter new XMLOutputter(fmt)
...andOn Fri 1 Sep 2006 Jason Hunter wrote
> Hi Bjorn
> 0x0 is a null character. Somehow that snuck into your file and it 's illegal
> XML. You could strip null characters wherever they appear in Hey all
I recent got an error report from my app in the field that read in part
org.jdom.IllegalDataException The data "Celine Dion^@ " is not legal for a JDOM
attribute 0x0 is not a legal XML Hi Team
I am getting the following exception while parsing the xml
File with non printable ascii characters.
MarshalException Parsing Error An invalid XML character (Unicode
I 'm using JDOM to parse an element whose attributes contain backslashes.
It is essentially of this form
<my-element anAttribute "some text \ some text "/ >
Apologies for the newbie question I hope this list is the right place
to post this.
I 'm trying to use the JDOM implementation for XPath and am consistently
getting no results from any Hi
I 'm trying to insert a child element into a document.
For example the following document -
<?xml version "1.0 " encoding "UTF-8 "? >
<resource-lists xmlns "urn ietf params xml ns resource-lists " >
This should do what you 're want
I 'm using JDOM 1.0 with Java 1.4.2.
I 'm trying to use the method shown here to apply an XSL transform to
my JDOM document...
I 'm trying to get the children of children out of this XML file and I 'm
having a heck of a time. I 've read every website you could possibly think
of and cannot figure out how to pull out Children oDear group
I 'd like to know how to get the "entry " XML-Version / Encoding (e.g.
<?xml version "1.0 " encoding "ISO-8859-1 "? > from the Document. I have to
split out an XML Document in several smallerI want to find out how many bytes my document is.
An easy way would be to stream the document to disk and then call File.size
but is there any way to find out without saving the document to disk|