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> 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(...)
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 character. at
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 different
> solution for me woHello
I have a question concerning the root element of a normal XML document.
Probably something like this already appeared in this list some time
ago but I don 't get my problem solved so far.
I--- Ramo At Skuff <ramo@(protected) > wrote
> may be it 's a simple question but i don 't know how
> to solve it.
> If i want to get the Element from <radio type "rd "
> id "rd_01 " name Hi
may be it 's a simple question but i don 't know how to solve it.
If i want to get the Element from <radio type "rd " id "rd_01 " name "rd_01 "
mandat "y " value "Marketing "/ > Marketing
How could iHi
Jorge Pacheco a ?crit
> Need to tell before going on that I 'm not an jdom expert.
> I know how to validate an existing XML against a schema while reading
> parsing I use SAXBuilder and telNeed to tell before going on that I 'm not an jdom expert.
I know how to validate an existing XML against a schema while reading
parsing I use SAXBuilder and tell it to do it.
Now I need to do the Yes I 'm definitely going to patch it. It 's not a trivial patch so I
want to make sure to review it carefully and right now I 'm coding
non-stop on another thing that 's launching next week. I apprHi 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 some way to fix the bug (it is at least 2 yEither your result set is empty or it 's already been iterated to
completion by the time you pass it to ResultSetBuilder.
> /Ref Servlet Mailing List ArchivIt 's in jdom-contrib.
> I want to download the latest copy of ResultSetBuilder.java file. Can
> somebody let me know whYes that 's the design.
Scott Bartram wrote
> Is it safe for multiple threads to traverse a read-only document at the
> same time?
I want to download the latest copy of ResultSetBuilder.java file. Can
somebody let me know where can I find it?
Is it safe for multiple threads to traverse a read-only document at
the same time?
Ref Servlet Mailing List Archives. Dt. 2005-11-09 Number 15765
I am using ResultSetBuilder.java. And all it displays in output xml file
<?xml version "1.0 " encoding "UTF-8 "? >
<RootEleCheck out your document there is the space character before the http //...
in the default namespace declaraction. Remove it from the document or add it
to the namespace declaraction for the XPath Hi
remove space in "xmlns " attribute in the XML document ).
2007/10/22 Bhave Ameya <bhaveameya@(protected) >
> I have read some of the literature on this subject in thHi
I have read some of the literature on this subject in the archives and am
still unable to sort my problem out. Basically I am trying to read an xml
file using an xpath expression.
My xml file lHave you tried reading the JavaDocs
See for example
-------- Original Message --------
i have a Problem with getting step for step the subelements of this xml
<Tab id "Kopfdaten " name "Kopfdaten " >
<QuestionEntry no "1 " structure "singelline "/ >
JDOM XPath relies on Jaxen that (AFAIK) only supports XPath 1.0. The function
you 're trying to use are only available in XPath 2.0.
You should try with Saxon.
I 'm trying to use a JDOM XPath object to perform the following query on a
document containing a dateTime field.
My xpath string is
xs dateTime(@(protected))-xs dayTimeDuration( 'PT0.001S ')
and I 'FYI - Slightly updated and bug-fixed versions of XMLWriter and
XMLFilterBase have been included in the JDOM distribution since 2003.
On 10/4/07 Laurent Bihanic wrote
> > MOn 10/4/07 NP wrote
> My problem instead is write the new element one by one every time that
> i create it.
Can XMLOutputter.output(Element ...) do what you want?
> My problem instead is write the new element one by one everytime that
> i create it.
I don 't think XMLOutputter will let you do that but you can combine
SAXOuputter with Dave Megginson 'sHi.
I have a document so
mydoc new Document()
a root element
rootElement new Element(....)
Now i create a new element
Element myel new Element(.....)
And of course you can use Relax NG (http //relaxng.org/) validation which combines power of w3c Schema and quite readable syntax (esp. with the compact notation).
While w3c schema has its uses (mostbut it 's a good programming using a java method to control that a
element 's value is not duplicate?
> Hhmm I don 't know of anything in a DTD that will allow that. Seems like
> a java method is the way to go.
Or XML Schema which is a more modern and much more powerful validation