Documentbuilder non validating updating apt
The documentation goes on to say that it may be used by other components to report conditions that have nothing to do with the XML being parsed.In the real world an XML document isn't going to contain its own DTD. Parser Configuration Exception; import transform.stream. -- parse() returns [#document: null] -------- set Validating(true) set Schema==(true) put DTD==(false) ---- -- parse() returns [#document: null] -------- set Validating(true) set Schema==(false) put DTD==(false) ---- Error Handler error: sax. SAXParse Exception: Document root element "test101", must match DOCTYPE root "elem". SAXParse Exception: Element type "test101" must be declared.XMLDocument Scanner Impl$Prolog Driver.next(XMLDocument Scanner Impl.java:1003) at org.apache.xerces.XMLDocument Scanner Impl.next(XMLDocument Scanner Impl.java:648) at org.apache.xerces.
Set Schema101 java version "1.5.0-beta" Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0-beta-b30) Java Hot Spot(TM) Server VM (build 1.5.0-beta-b30, mixed mode) ---- doc Validating(true) ---- -- doc Validating() = true Error Handler error: sax.) Also from the use case point of view, entities and attribute defaults are used less and less these days, so it's not like we have tons of people who need to control two things separately.So the other part of me thinks it is worthwhile to hide the mess by defining the set Validating() method to be a magic method. ====================================================================== EVALUATION This is not a bug but by design. However, I'm having trouble figuring out how to turn that validation off. Http Input Stream(Http URLConnection.java:1195) at org.apache.xerces. XMLEntity Manager.setup Current Entity(XMLEntity Manager.java:677) at org.apache.xerces. As such, I don't want to do any validation against DTD's or other schemas referenced in the doc.