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From Rob Johnston <rjoh...@juniper.net>
Subject Question about TextRecorder in the SAXTransformer
Date Sun, 30 Mar 2003 17:18:44 GMT
In the TextRecorder.java, I see the following:

public void characters(char ary[], int start, int length)
    throws SAXException {
        String value = new String(ary, start, length).trim();
        if (value.length() > 0) {
            buffer.append(value);
        } else {
            buffer.append(' ');
        }
    }

I am wondering what the logic behind having the trim() in there is.
Several times I have noticed Cocoon "eating" spaces out of the stream as
evidenced in this log:

INFO    2003-03-28 16:05:14.728 [sitemap.transformer.log ] (): [startElement] uri=http://xml.juniper.net/cocoon/work-schedule/1.0,local=start,raw=sched:start
DEBUG   2003-03-28 16:05:14.729 [sitemap.transformer.sche] (): BEGIN startTextRecording
DEBUG   2003-03-28 16:05:14.730 [sitemap.transformer.sche] (): END startTextRecording
INFO    2003-03-28 16:05:14.731 [sitemap.transformer.log ] (): [characters] 03/28/2003 
INFO    2003-03-28 16:05:14.733 [sitemap.transformer.log ] (): [characters] 04:05 PM
INFO    2003-03-28 16:05:14.734 [sitemap.transformer.log ] (): [endElement] uri=http://xml.juniper.net/cocoon/work-schedule/1.0,local=start,qname=sched:start
DEBUG   2003-03-28 16:05:14.735 [sitemap.transformer.sche] (): BEGIN endTextRecording
DEBUG   2003-03-28 16:05:14.736 [sitemap.transformer.sche] (): END endTextRecording text=03/28/200304:05
PM
INFO    2003-03-28 16:05:14.737 [sitemap.transformer.log ] (): [endElement] uri=http://xml.juniper.net/cocoon/work-schedule/1.0,local=every,qname=sched:every
ERROR   2003-03-28 16:05:14.739 [sitemap.transformer.sche] (): URLWorkScheduleTransformer:
invalid time: 03/28/200304:05 PM

<sched:start>03/28/2003 04:05 PM</sched:start>

is what is supposed to be being passed to the next transformer, but
instead, it is showing up in two different [characters] events, and
because of the trim(), it ends up being put back together as
"03/28/200304:05 PM" which is invalid.

I was just wondering why the trim() is in there, or if what I am seeing
is expected behavior.

thanks,
rob

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