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|I have a model.xml file which I have placed in a directory /home/huma/ab???.
But when I parse this file I get a MalformedURLException. Strangely if the
same file is moved to the location /home/huma JDOM works exactly as it is supposed to.
You have "text " between <Orange/ > and <Green/ > even if it contains only
whitespaces and newlines.
Which format have you used for the Outputter?
S?ren FaltzWhen I use the removechild method an empty line occurs in the Jdom
document how do I avoid this empty line???
When I use the removechild method an empty line occurs in the Jdom document how do I The official distribution was and is built against JDK 1.2 to avoid
this issue. If you 're getting that error it means you 're not using the
JAR we officially distribute. Why don 't you download agHi all
I intend to use JDOM within a proprietary ESB which unfortunately is
bound to using JRE 1.4.2. Using the jdom.jar from the 1.0 package
downloaded from jdom.org (Septemeber 9th) I get this Hello
I am using Xpath available in jdom. The xml file is of 9MB size. It is
taking a lot of time to query a simple xpath like
/Root/Parent/Child[name "abc "]/GrandChild
I am trying to get the valHello
JDOM is a very convenient interface to manipulate XML elements but I
think it lacks one useful functionality that is present in W3C DOM
implementation - a node type distinction available froI am getting the above error although my class path settings are
. C \Program
Files\Java\jre1.5.0_06\lib\ext\QTJava.zip C \java\jdom-b10\build %JDOM_HOME%\build\classes
my problem is to resolve references to other xml-tags. Here is my xml file
<KEYs name "host " id "23 " lookup "/Project/Area/[@(protected) ' 'YES '] " id "/ Project/Area/[@(protected) ' 'YES '] " / >
> Hmmm I 'd expect that too. Looking at XMLOutputter in the
> method printTextRange is a if statement preceded with the
> comment "This may save a little time ". Comment out that if
> statement Hi everyone!
It 's been a long time since my last post on this list - happy to be back
As a long time user of jdom I 'm currently struggling with an issue that
I don 't think I can find a workarouI just added this.
Jason Hunter wrote
> You 're right a String should be suitable to add there. If you 'd like
> to add it I think the way to do so is to check if it 's a String and if
Im having problems in displaying an xml data from the database. Data field
is called "XMLData " and the data type is varchar. Im using MySQL as my DB..
When I view the xml file it produce
I 'm having a bit of a problem. I 'm receiving an XML document with the
following example stucture
<C >1234 </C >
If I try this
XPath xPath XPath.newInstance( "//C ")
List <Element >
I have a folder in a netbeans webapp.
In that folder I have two files.
windsor.xml and its dtd fist.dtd .
windsor.xml starts with these two lines
I sent mail about a week ago asking if there was a way to create XML
output that had new lines (carriage return) but no indents... for
Format format Format.getPrettyFormat()
foI have a 1.2 GB xml file I need to parse. Since it 's nicely
partitioned I planned on using ElementScanner from the contrib package
to only load one item at a time. Here 's an equivalent schema
I am trying to change the text of an element in a dom keeping its children.
n.setText( "b ")
Here the setText method changes the text deleting n 's children.
I tried the following code
I am trying to validate a xml against schema.
I have successfully validated the xml against the schema in XMLSpy.
But when i am trying to validate it in my java code using JDOM it is giving meIt has come to my attention that the term used for linearising a dom may
be known as marshalling. i.e. laying out the whole dom as a flat file
xml style. What 's unmarshalling anyway?
The question at
JDOM javadoc says
Element addContent(java.util.Collection collection)
Appends all children in the given collection to the end of the content
Element addContent(int index java.uti
Given a jdom doc and a jdom xpath
I wish to extract whatever this xpath is pointing to in the doc.
The jdom javadoc for class XPath says
selectNodes(java.lang.Object context java.lang.String patHello
I need to be able to remove indents (but retain newlines) using the Format
class which gets passed into the XMLOutputter class. I am using JDOM
When I set the indent to an empty striHi
It 's final for a reason. Removing it risks breaking internal
assumptions that expect no subclasses.
I recommend you either make a custom build of your own or explain here
what you 're trying I am writing a script parser and need to extend org.jdom.Namespace .
I wish to request a new release of jdom that would either
1. Remove the final modifier from the Namespace class definition.
2. R <div dir 'ltr ' > <p > <font face "Arial " size "3 " >Hi </font > </p > <p > <font face "Arial " size "3 " >I am new to JDOM below is the piece of code which I have written. </font > </p > <p > <font face "Arial " size "3 " >El
Edelson Justin wrote
> Do you mean the XML declaration (see
> http //www.w3.org/TR/2000/REC-xml-20001006#sec-prolog-dtd)?
> If so then you can omit this by using the org.jdom.output.Format
Many thanks for your replies especially thanks to Justin Edelson. I made some success but the output via xsl is not working yet.
Input is working
I am new to JDOM and I am getting xml headers for every input into
xml file. I am inputting name and age into xml file through java swings.
Below is the code that writes the data in
Im having problems on how to parse an xml by JSP
Can anyone teach me how to parse an XML below by jsp without using
taglibs. Im using JDOM to display my XML...my poblem is how to parse it|