Handling errors in PyXML/SAX
bridgman at wyeth.gsfc.nasa.gov
Fri Jul 20 22:18:52 CEST 2001
parser.parse(inputfilename) does work. It's not clear from the
documentation at http://py-howto.sourceforge.net/xml-ref/node20.html
that systemID is a file name, even though I was guessing this at a
couple of spots.
Martin von Loewis wrote:
> Tom Bridgman <bridgman at wyeth.gsfc.nasa.gov> writes:
> > I'm finally starting to work with the SAX parser and DTDs. With the SAX
> > defalult error handler, when parsing a file, I get error messages like:
> > ERROR in Unknown:94:22: Element 'animationtype' not declared
> > ERROR in Unknown:98:18: Element 'thumbnail' not declared
> > ERROR in Unknown:99:14: Element 'medialist' not declared
> > which I find ideal but for the fact that I would like to print the file
> > name rather than 'Unknown'.
> > I've tried setting the systemID (which seems to be where the 'Unknown'
> > comes from) in a locator object like so:
> > location=xmlreader.Locator()
> > location.setSystemId=inputfilename
> > self.handler.setDocumentLocator(location)
> > but still get 'Unknown'.
> Setting the locator on the content handler won't tell the parser
> anything; instead, the parser is supposed to invoke setDocumentLocator
> What you need to do is to pass a proper InputSource to .parse(),
> instead of passing, say, an open file.
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