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From "Dane Foster" <dfos...@equitytg.com>
Subject Re: SAX parser should parse xml-document thats a string value ..?
Date Tue, 24 Oct 2000 20:12:15 GMT
You have a few options available to you.

1) You can wrap you an String in an InputSource object by creating a
StringReader object passing your String along as it's constructor argument,
then passing the StringReader to the InputSource object. i.e

InputSource iSource = new InputSource( new StringReader( myString ) );
//parser configuration details has been skipped for simplicity
parser.parse( iSource );

You could also use a CharArrayReader or ByteArrayInputStream as arguments to
the InputSource's constructor.

2) You can skip the InputSource object and convert your String to a an array
of bytes and pass that as an argument to a ByteArrayInputStream, then pass
the ByteArrayInputStream as a parameter to the parser's parse() method. See
documentation for exact signature of parse()


----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Oliver Monz" <peo@ftk.de>
To: <general@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 11:11 AM
Subject: SAX parser should parse xml-document thats a string value ..?

> Hello!
> I hope anybody can help me. I used the xalan-Sample PureSAX
> for testing. The sample uses files for input of xml- and xsl-files.
> But I am looking for a method to read the xml/xsl-data directly
> from a String or StringBuffer e.g. like:
> SAXParser saxparser = new SAXParser();
> String xmldata = "<?xml version=\"1.0\"?><CATALOG><BOOK><TITLE>A
> Justice</TITLE><AUTHOR>P.D.
> saxparser.parse(xmldata);
> But thats does not run, because of parse want to open the file named
> "<?xml version ... " and the file is not existend.
> Now I am looking for method that allows me to read the data direct
> from a stringvalue.
> Can anybody help me?
> thanx.
> peter monz


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