[jdom-interest] malformed URL exception exception in saxbuilder.build due to unreachable URL
palmercliff at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 14:58:23 PST 2012
I will post the code later, (sorry late for a meeting) but to answer
- this error occurs when there is an "xmlns" declaration. Since this
is the first instance of an "xmlns" declaration I've encountered with
JDOM and all of the URLs in the "xmlns" declaration that I have found
point to the same bad address, I don't know if the problem is related
to lookup of the URL or just the presence of an "xmlns" declaration.
- the problem is predictable and occurs for each xml document that
uses this bad URL in an "xmlns" declaration.
- I've used the code (I will post it, I promise) to parse over 3
million xml documents, passing a string containing the xml document
(not a URL). The value I pass to saxbuilder.build is the returned
string from the JDBC call ResultSet.getString using a column number
parameter. I haven't been altering or converting the string returned
Thanks Rolf and I will post the code as soon as the suits are done with me.
On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 5:40 PM, Rolf Lear <jdom at tuis.net> wrote:
> Hi Cliff.
> I think there's been some good pointers already, but just to make things
> crystal clear... can you perhaps post the relevant code snippet you are
> using to parse the document, and perhaps the first few lines of the actual
> XML too.
> Also, does this problem happen with *all* xml documents (the first one), or
> with just some of them?
> My guess is that Oliver has the right idea with parsing the wrong string....
> remember that the SaxBuilder.build(String) method expects the String to be a
> URL, not the actual XML content..... YTour stack trace indicates you are
> calling this method...
> See the code here:
> Anyway, seeing your code would help....
> On 09/02/2012 3:54 PM, cliff palmer wrote:
>> I'm reading through several hundred thousand existing XML documents
>> building counts of XML tags and have encountered a
>> Java.net.MalformedURL Exception raised by saxBuilder.build because the
>> xmlns points to a URL that can not be reached.
>> I am using JDOM 1.1.2.
>> Is there a call or parameter setting that will cause saxBuilder to
>> ignore namespaces when parsing?
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