Re: practical question re: Java/XML handling
Yes I liked your solution, which I found earlier via web search. Definitely cleaner than mine. It doesn't however, handle the truly pathological case of a malformed DOCTYPE decl as in: <!DOCTYPE TEI PUBLIC "name removed to protect my client"> I guess a url following the name is required in this case. Perhaps it's a *bad idea*, but I am trying to allow this by ignoring it. At least the angle brackets match. Sigh. -Mike David A. Lee wrote: > I solved this problem in a different that is less destructive. This > also works to replace a DTD with a different one or to force > validation on a schema even if a non-existant DTD is specified. > > This particular implementation requires using the SAXParser but I > belive the idea would work with other parsers that provide similar > functionality, > namely an override of "resolveEntity". The key trick is to resolve > all DTD's with a "NullInputStream" ( these are trivial to write so I > wont supply the code here) > An empty DTD file validates any XML (atleast it does in my tests). > > Here's the snippet
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