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How to ask a SAX parser to stop firing events ? (whithout using Exceptio

  • From: Sebastien Sahuc <ssahuc@i...>
  • To: xml-dev@x...
  • Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 14:18:41 GMT

sax stop parsing
Hi there,

Is there a nice solution for asking a SAX parser to stop parsing an 
XML Document ?

Suppose the Parser has fed your application with half of the XML 
document and you don't need to go further. How can you gently say to 
the parser you've done with it ? I would like not to send an 
Exception, because at runtime it is too time consuming and not really 
nice. 

Anyone has an idea ?

Thanks in advance.

Sebastien







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