[jdom-interest] JDOM, Resin 2.0.13 org.jdom.*
cowtowncoder at yahoo.com
Thu May 12 16:35:26 PDT 2005
--- John Rosocha <john at clandecadence.com> wrote:
> I've read this thread. It suggests that the problem
> is Neko. In my
> example I am using org.jdom.input.SAXBuilder(). Is
> that not part of
> JDOM? Or is some oter library being called in some
Well, that method just uses the default SAX parser
implementation, obtained via JAXP. So the instance
will not be created by JDom, just used by JDom.
> I see calls to com.caucho.xml.* in the stack trace.
> Does JDOM access
> outside parsers in some fashion?
Yes: JDom is basically the tree model (builder,
serializer) built on top of a low-level parser;
typically Xerces or Crimson (default in JDK 1.4), but
something else in your case.
Apparently the one used in this case does not have
namespace-handling enabled (or implemented...), and is
producing local names namespace-aware processors (like
JDom) apparently doesn't like (such local names are
not legal in namespace-aware mode).
-+ Tatu +-
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