[jdom-interest] Element.addContent won't accept String in
jhunter at servlets.com
Tue Nov 14 17:30:27 PST 2006
You're right, a String should be suitable to add there. If you'd like
to add it, I think the way to do so is to check if it's a String and if
so wrap it with a Text instance before proceeding. That lets the class
continue to hold a Content. I'll add it.
Syloke Soong wrote:
> JDOM javadoc says,
> Element addContent(java.util.Collection collection)
> Appends all children in the given collection to the end of the content
> Element addContent(int index, java.util.Collection c)
> Inserts the content in a collection into the content list at the given
> Element addContent(java.lang.String str)
> This adds text content to this element.
> Since you could add individual String, I presumed no harm would come my
> way if String objects are included in the collection argument.
> But no, I had a Vector with a String object and addContent(collection)
> rejected the vector due to ...
> org.jdom.IllegalAddException: Class java.lang.String is of unrecognized
> type and cannot be added
> Hrrrmmmmpppphhhhhhhh .... !
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