[jdom-interest] EntityResolver in JDOMSource

Laurent Bihanic laurent.bihanic at atosorigin.com
Mon Aug 19 08:57:25 PDT 2002

The method getXMLReader returns a DocumentReader which extends JDOM's 
SAXOutputter and you can register an EntityResolver on a SAXOutputter instance.
The problem with JDOMSource is that it allocates a new SAXOutputter instance 
everytime getXMLReader is called (concurrent use of the same JDOMSource 
instance???). Hence all your settings get lost.

The solution to this problem would be to have JDOMSource allocating only one 
DocumentReader so that the application could configure it before the 
JDOMSource be passed to the XSL transformer.



Markus Pallo wrote:
> Hello,
> i am using JDOMSource for XSLT Transformation and have a own SystemID set. 
> The transformer is unable to parse the dtd(he cannot find it). Thats true, 
> because i am not able to set our own EntityResolver in JDOMSource. 
> Is it possible in the inner class DocumentReader of JDOMSource to set a 
> EntityResolver ?
> Any other Suggestions ?
> Thanks for your help
> Markus Pallo
> DIG GmbH
> www.dig.de
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