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   Re: [xml-dev] SAX/Java Proposed Changes

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David Megginson wrote:
>> Letting it go either way is the real problem.
> Noted.  What does everyone else think?

As ERH said, letting users clean up after their own exceptions just makes sense.

 > I see no text that indicates a user thrown exception should ever be passed to 
 > the ErrorHandler. Should endDocument be called even in the event of a
 > user-thrown exception? I suspect not. The user threw it. Let them clean up
 > after it.

And Karl's comment begs an answer, at least in my mind:

 > I would phrase it this way:
 > Case 1) There is no fatal error and no exceptions.
 > Case 2) Fatal error, no exception.
 > Case 3) Exception thrown.
 > All three cases should have a defined, non-optional, behaviour,
 > but only in case 1) does this seem clear at this point.

That is, are there defined behaviors for cases 2 and 3?



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