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Subject: RE: No duplicates element 's values in a list of element

Hhmm I don 't know of anything in a DTD that will allow that. Seems like a java method is the way to go. -----Original Message----- From jdom-interest-bounces@(protected) [mailto jdom-interest-bounces@

Subject: No duplicates element 's values in a list of element

Hi! let 's suppose that we have this xml ... <name >name1 </name > <name >name2 </name > ... <name >nameN </name > Is there a ddt rule that forces to don 't have duplicate value of name? or i must write a fu

Subject: re: JDom&DTD

i know that jdom doesn 't validate the xml but i can use the function build of the class SAXBuilder...i have solved the question in this way code SAXBuilder builder new SAXBuilder() builder.se

Subject: Re: JDom&DTD

Hi Please see here http //www.topxml.com/tutorials/main.asp?id jdom&page 17. Regards Grzegorz 2007/10/1 NP <nicola.padovano@(protected) > > > Hi all! > I 've written a XML database but now i have

Subject: RE: JDom&DTD

Hi - I 'm not entirely clear on what you 're asking. Sounds like you already have the DTD created and now you are trying to validate against it? If you are not allowing duplicate <name > elements the

Subject: JDom&DTD

Hi all! I 've written a XML database but now i have the need to validate it. For example this XML must have one tag (and only one) called <name >. So i can write a dtd grammar to do this work. But my

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Subject: Re: RE: getChildren problem

Hi Rolf thanks for your help. It works now. The different namespaces are intentional (though the XML is not from me). The children of "Post " are again in other namespaces e.g. Dublin Core. Best -P

Subject: RE: Passing parameters to stylesheets usingXSLTransformer object?

To run a Saxon transformation against a JDOM source document you can use the JAXP transformation API. This allows transformer.setParameter(name value) To run the transform supply a Source obtain

Subject: Passing parameters to stylesheets using XSLTransformer object?

Hi Sorry if this is a stupid question? I was wondering if it is possible to pass a parameter to a stylesheet through this transformer class. I 'm using the SaxonB8.9 xslt processor. Yours Clint Re

Subject: getChildren problem

hello together I got a strange problem with getChildren(). i get the following xml inputstream by a http GET request <?xml version "1.0 " encoding "UTF-8 "? > <rdf RDF xmlns rdf "http //www.w3.org/19

Subject: Re: problems with "indent "

Per the Javadocs of getFormat() /** * Returns the current format in use by the outputter. Note the * Format object returned is a clone of the one used internally. */ (It 's a

Subject: Re: Different compiled jdom.jars makes some trouble

There is only one officially built JDOM 1.0 JAR and it wasn 't compiled with Java 5. Having two different JARs implies someone was doing something "interesting ". I recommend using the regular JDOM

Subject: problems with "indent "

answering to myself two possibile solutions 1. we must get the reference to the format of the XMLOutputter then setting the indent line-separator parameters and finally set the format e.g. XMLO

Subject: problems with "indent "

Hi! I have to indent my xml document so i write XMLOutputter serializer new XMLOutputter() serializer.getFormat().setIndent( " ") serializer.getFormat().setLineSeparator( "\n ") .... serializer

Subject: Different compiled jdom.jars makes some trouble

Hello everybody. I have the following problem with two different jdom.jar files I have downloadet the jakarta slide webdavclient api. I want to use the webdav protocoll to store files from a webbas

Subject: Re: Document getter/setter not the same (collection vs List)

Well here 's the source of the complaint In Document.java public List getContent() { } public Document setContent(Collection newContent) { } The JDOM programming contract is you can pass in

Subject: Document getter/setter not the same (collection vs List)

Hello I 'm trying to compile a class which will become a web service I 'm using Netbeans 5.5 and when i try to compile the following code " @(protected) public Document getUserTrainingPlan(@

Subject: RE: JDK 4 should not hold us back from generics-let 's move on!

What 's "NIO "? -----Original Message----- From jdom-interest-bounces@(protected) [mailto jdom-interest-bounces@(protected)] On Behalf Of Tatu Saloranta Sent Monday September 17 2007 3 08 PM To New Ce

Subject: Re: JDK 4 should not hold us back from generics -let 's move on!

Regarding being user/use-case - driven I agree I wouldn 't want generics support be added just for the sake it getting added. But optimally people who code new features would do that to scratch their

Subject: Re: JDK 4 should not hold us back from generics - let 's move on!

I am all set to introduce Generics introduce Retrotranslator maybe switch the build system to maven (maybe it is also time to switch to Subversion). As soon as those with the power have made the dec

Subject: Re: JDK 4 should not hold us back from generics - let 's move on!

On 11/09/2007 Tatu Saloranta <cowtowncoder@(protected) > wrote > The main practical question would be how to > branch things in the source control system and related > question of version numbering sc

Subject: RE: JDK 4 should not hold us back from generics-let 's move on!

> Did I write JDK 4 instead of JDK 1.4? > > The way Sun numerate their products confuses me (e.g. solaris > 9 vs sunos 5.9). All the evidence suggests that it confuses Sun too. (But actually it '

Subject: RE: JDK 4 should not hold us back from generics -let 's move on!

Did I write JDK 4 instead of JDK 1.4? The way Sun numerate their products confuses me (e.g. solaris 9 vs sunos 5.9). This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely

Subject: Re: JDK 4 should not hold us back from generics - let 's move on!

I think that in the end "he who codes wins ". So as long as someone is willing to do the gruntwork for changing APIs appropriately gets the buy-in from others he/she/they should be able to pursue "b

Subject: JDK 4 should not hold us back from generics - let 's move on!

Despite extended discussions on the subject in the past... If there is a vote on moving jdom to jdk 5 for the sake of generics I would vote yes. I cannot quite recall what I did some months ago w

Subject: Re: Retrotranslator patch

Sorry for reposting the entry several times. I tried to find the problem with this list.... Retrotranslator is a tool that is able to "translate " JDK 1.5 code with generics into 1.4 code without ge

Subject: Re: SAXBuilder with EntityResolver, XML Schemas, DOCTYPE and namespaces

Le 4 oct. 05 ? 22 02 David Patterson a ?crit > had a problem trying to use the SAXBuilder to process an XML file > that uses namespaces and has XML Schema validation and uses an > EntityReso

Subject: Retrotranslator patch

Hi I have created a small patch that adds support for Retrotranslator. To use the patch it is also necessary to add three jars from Retrotranslator to a directory called "retrotranslator ". They c

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Hmm didn 't work the last time so I try again. Regards Johannes Schneider -------- Original Message -------- Subject Retrotranslator patch Date Wed 05 Sep 2007 22 58 45 +0200 From Johannes S
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