RE: [SAX] setProperty and exception
Based on the following sentence in the description of the org.xml.sax.SAXNotSupportedException class, I believe that an XMLReader.setProperty method should throw a SAXNotSupportedException when the property name is recognized and supported, but the value is invalid: An XMLReader will throw this exception when it recognizes a feature or property identifier, but cannot perform the requested operation (setting a state or value). Hope this helps. Bob <sig name = 'Bob Lyons' title = 'B2B Integration Consultant' company = 'Unidex, Inc.' phone = '+1-732-975-9877' email = 'boblyons@u...' url = 'http://www.unidex.com/' product = 'XML Convert: transforms flat files to XML and vice versa' /> -----Original Message----- XMLReader#setProperty can throw two types of exceptions. One is "not-recognized" and the other is "not-supported". But it seems to me that we need the third "bad-value" exception, which indicates that the property name is recognized and supported but the specified value is wrong. (For example, String is passed where Integer is expected, or 127 was passed where the valid value is between 0 and 100.) What is the right exception to throw for cases like this? regards, ---------------------- K.Kawaguchi E-Mail: kohsukekawaguchi@y...
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