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Re: StAX & XInclude

  • From: "James Fuller" <james.fuller.2007@g...>
  • To: "Joerg Hohwiller" <joerg@j...>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 20:51:38 +0200

Re:  StAX & XInclude
sometimes xinclude can be enabled at the XML Parser level...so check
what XML parser is being used and enable it that way (or change to use
an XML Parser with xinclude support built in.

gl, Jim Fuller

On 8/8/07, Joerg Hohwiller <joerg@j...> wrote:
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> Hi there,
> I am a brute newbie to this list, but quite familiar with XML.
> I started using StAX. However I quickly noticed that there is no implementation
> (at least that I know) that already supports XInclude.
> Therefore I wrote an adapter for XMLStreamReader that adds this support.
> You can find my work here:
> http://m-m-m.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/m-m-m/trunk/mmm-util/mmm-util-xml/src/main/java/net/sf/mmm/util/xml/stream/XIncludeStreamReader.java
> Now I realized that XInclude allows XPointer references, what makes it extremely
> complicated and together with StAX somewhat impossible to implement (if not the
> complete DOM is cached in memory). I do not give up so easily. So I am thinking
> of an implementation that supports parts of the XPointer specification.
> Is there someone out there who has experience with (implementing) XPointer?
> or is interested in helping out? or both?
> Maybe somebody knows an open-source implementation of a loose XPointer parser I
> could use?
> Currently I am about to write a new parser and another XMLStreamReader facade
> for the XPointer selection view. Since I am always looking for generic solutions
> I want to create an API for a parsed XML node selection expression and parsers
> for both XPath and XPointer. Is someone familiar enough with these two animals
> in order to let me know where my intention is going to fail right away or if
> this could work out and make sense?
> Best regards
>   Jörg
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