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  • Subject: Find out whether a document has namespace defined
  • From: Nishi Prafull <nishiprafull@gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 12:29:04 -0800
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  • Reply-to: Nishi Prafull <nishiprafull@gmail.com>

I have the following code that parses an input file into an xml
doc.This input file has namespace associated with it.
XMLDocument xmlDocument = null;
DOMParser parser = new DOMParser();
parser.parse(in_xml_url);  //input file
xmlDocument = parser.getDocument();
LocalNSResolver lnsr = new LocalNSResolver();
lnsr.addNamespacePrefix("ns", "http://www.oracle.com/discoverer/configuration";);
NodeList nodeList=xmlDocument.selectNodes("/ns:applet/transport", lnsr);

I want to feed an input file having no namespace or prefix to this
code, is there a method or something available on the xmlDocument
object that can give this information.
If Doc has NS and Prefix then
 add namespace
select nodes from namespace
do not add namespace



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