nicola.padovano at gmail.com
Mon Oct 1 09:59:02 PDT 2007
i know that jdom doesn't validate the xml, but i can use the function
build of the class SAXBuilder...i have solved the question, in this way:
SAXBuilder builder = new SAXBuilder();
builder.setValidation(true); // !!!!
(note: in myfile.xml there is the line: <!DOCTYPE root_element SYSTEM
my mistake was don't write "builder.setValidation(true);"
So, if the xml doesn't respect the rules of dtd file, Java throws a
JDOMParseException with the explanation of the error.
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