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   Re: SAX2 fatal error in Xerces-J-1.1.1

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  • From: Gopinath <mr_gopinath@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 09:55:24 +0530


	Thanks for ur kind reply. Let me put the question other way.
	How to convert the HTML tag <table border> .... </table> to XHTML
format <table border="yes">...</table> using SAX events??
The SAX errors doesn't give much information about where the exact error
is.  If the SAX error points that 
	'table' attribute 'border' expects '=' character.
then I can probably add default value to 'table' element in destination
document.  Regarding other attributes(if any) which are according to XML
syntax (attName="attValue") should be given in startElement() event
(since the feature 'continue-on-fatal-error' is set to true).

Is it possible to do this??


Greg Colyer wrote:
> >         I am using Xerces 1.1.1 SAXParser.  When I parse the following faulty
> > xml document which does not have attribute value, the fatal error
> > doesn't give me enough clue on which attribute is missing '=' character.
> >
> >         The xml document is
> >
> >         <?xml version="1.0"?>
> >         <root>
> >                 <Customer cid="10" cname/>
> >         </root>
> >
> > The fatal error is
> >         Attribute name "Customer" must be followed by the '=' character.
> > "Customer" is the element name not attribute name and it doesn't give
> > information about whether 'cid' or 'cname' attribute is invalid.
> cname is an attribute, and it must have a (quoted) value after an '='
> character. It sounds like the error message is faulty as well as the
> document!

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