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From Vadim Gritsenko <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: HTMLGenerator
Date Fri, 15 Aug 2003 23:59:29 GMT
Joerg Heinicke wrote:

> Specifiying the XPath exactly 
> (/html[1]/body[1]/center[1]/table[4]/tr[1]/td[1]) works. Should be a 
> good hint for the Xalan team, shouldn't it? 


I'd added into XPathTestCase.java in avalon-excalibur/xmlutil:

            // 9. Test
            expr = 
"/test:root/test:element2/test:table[1]/test:tr/test:td[4]";
            node = processor.selectSingleNode(document1, expr);
            assertNotNull("Must select <test:td/> node, but got null", 
node);
            assertEquals("Must select <test:td/> node", 
Node.ELEMENT_NODE, node.getNodeType());
            assertEquals("Must select <test:td/> node", "td", 
node.getLocalName());

And:

    static final String CONTENT1 =
        "<?xml version=\"1.0\"?>" +
        "<test:root xmlns:test=\"http://localhost/test\">" +
            "<test:element1/>" +
            "<test:element2>" +
              "<test:table>" +
              "  <test:tr>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr1 td1</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr1 td2</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr1 td3</test:td>" +
              "  </test:tr>" +
              "  <test:tr>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr2 td1</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr2 td2</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr2 td3</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr2 td4</test:td>" +
              "  </test:tr>" +
              "  <test:tr>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr3 td1</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr3 td2</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table1 tr3 td3</test:td>" +
              "  </test:tr>" +
              "</test:table>" +
              "<test:table>" +
              "  <test:tr>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr1 td1</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr1 td2</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr1 td3</test:td>" +
              "  </test:tr>" +
              "  <test:tr>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr2 td1</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr2 td2</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr2 td3</test:td>" +
              "  </test:tr>" +
              "  <test:tr>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr3 td1</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr3 td2</test:td>" +
              "    <test:td>table2 tr3 td3</test:td>" +
              "  </test:tr>" +
              "</test:table>" +
            "</test:element2>" +
        "</test:root>";

Still works :-/
Can you reproduce this using excalibur's test case ("ant test" in 
avalon-excalibur/xmlutil)?

Vadim



> Joerg
>
>
> Joerg Heinicke wrote:
>
>> Vadim Gritsenko wrote:
>>
>>>> Yahoo screenscrape example was not working for long time now. I had 
>>>> not had a chance to find a reason why. Search sample sitemaps, I 
>>>> had included yahoo screenscrape pipeline somewhere..... Oops, it's 
>>>> gone.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Found it in blocks/html/samples/sitemap.xmap. Does not work:
>>
>>
>>
>> That happens only if used with the xpath parameter. I debugged a bit 
>> as far as possible (is it possible to tell Eclipse not to use the 
>> Xalan sources out of JDK's src.zip, but from the path I'm telling 
>> it?) and I found out:
>> org.apache.excalibur.xml.xpath.XPathProcessorImpl:265
>>
>> final XObject result =
>>          XPathAPI.eval(contextNode, str, new XalanResolver(resolver));
>>
>> works, but the next line
>>
>> result.nodelist()
>>
>> (converting the XNodeSet into a nodelist) results in the 
>> ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException.
>>
>> Found no relating bug in bugzilla.
>>
>> Tried it with Xalan jar built from CVS and it did neither work.
>>
>> Joerg
>



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