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edankert ... - XPath and Default Namespaces
If you want to access xml elements in a document you need to make sure that the tools you use are aware of the namespace defined for that document. This link shows how to do it. Use JDOMXPath not XPath -i.e: JDOMXPath jdomxpath = new JDOMXPath( "//edx:cd
xpath  xml  namespace  java  jdom  code  default  programming  xslt  ignore  shorthand  problem  context  solution  implementation  jdomxpath  simplenamespacecontext  edit  tutorial  howto  tip 
january 2008 by therobyouknow
How do I keep the DTD from loading? Even when I turn off validation the parser tries to load the DTD file.
This shows how to stop the JDOM XML parser from attempting to connect to the internet to fetch a DTD from w3c.org to use to validate the XML as it is being input into the parser. In other words it makes the parser non-validating. A non-validating parser i
dtd  java  xml  non-validating  nonvalidating  non  validating  non-external  w3c  fetch  option  external  load  load-external-dtd  feature  disable  prevent  stop  configure  configuration  jdom  dom  parser  apache  set  setup  howto  idea  solution  standalone 
january 2008 by therobyouknow
How to turn off fetching a DTD from the internet/remote network (e.g. at the w3c) when parsing xml using sax
public org.xml.sax.InputSource resolveEntity(java.lang.String
p1,java.lang.String p2) throws org.xml.sax.SAXException, java.io.IOException
{
return new InputSource("/dtd/empty.dtd");
}
java  sax  xml  dtd  disable  off  override  class  defaulthandler  fetch  internet  parse  inherit  local  network  ignore  doctype  jdom 
december 2007 by therobyouknow

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