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   Re: RFC: Simple XML Event-Based API for Java

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  • From: Peter Murray-Rust <peter@ursus.demon.co.uk>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Thu, 18 Dec 1997 11:00:59

At 03:35 18/12/97 -0500, Paul Prescod wrote:
>David Megginson wrote:
Thanks Paul,

>> I
>> thought that it made sense to use them directly instead of using a lot
>> of Url.toString() and new URL(String) calls 
>I think that all we are doing is shifting the "new URL(String)" calls
>from the processor to the application.

I think this is right - the "application" is going to have to do a lot of
additional testing for semantic validity. XLL is full of this problem. So I
think it will be very valuable to have *generic* modules that can be used
for this sort of thing. I see some of these as coming in a post-parser
(i.e. post-processor) and pre-application area. For example, it's
reasonable that an application shouldn't get passed:

<A XML-LINK="SIMPLE" HREF="htpp://www.some.where/myfile.xml" SHOW="Embed"
ACTUATE="New" behaviour="DISPLAY">My XML file</A>

This is a WF element, but contains a number of semantic errors (at least if
the application wishes to validate it against the XLL spec :-).
java.net.URL would catch one of them :-)


Peter Murray-Rust, Director Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, domestic
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