Node location in an XML file with DOM?
Hi there, hopefully a short question for an expert: how can I determine the location of a DOM-Node (or a DOM-Element) in a document previously parsed from a file? My problem is, that I want to load some XML encoded configuration data from a file to the memory and process it there by stepping through the DOM-tree. Since the configuration data might be edited manually, there might be logical errors in it even if it is well formed. I intend to report logical errors in the manner ... missing Tag <Row> below element <Grid> at line 12 I know that XML schema is a solution for such things, but I intend to have my own program logic and logging facilities for this. In Java 5.0 I found an Interface DOMLocator but don't know how to obtain an Object of this interface from a living DOM-document. Are there any suggestions or hints? with kind regards Bernd -- Weitersagen: GMX DSL-Flatrates mit Tempo-Garantie! Ab 4,99 Euro/Monat: http://www.gmx.net/de/go/dsl
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