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Re: [xmlblaster] Errors when testing C-API
sorry if we answer only now, I guess everybody is busy these days ...
I had a look at your problem and I believe your '<' and '>' signs are
interpreted by the operating system as redirect commands. Try to wrap
the xpath query inside a "" like:
I checked this with our demo/queryXML/DomQueryTest and it worked for me
(after having had the same behaviour as you described before using the ").
Vaughn Combs wrote:
I wonder if either of you have any comments on this
one. I posted this one almost 2 weeks ago but havent
heard any responses:
I notice that, for my added metadata :
<queue index='0' size='1'/>
I have expected results for the following predicate:
I get the following exception upon submission of the
Error while SAX parsing :1:-1 :
org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: The content beginning
"<2" is not legal markup. Perhaps the "2" ( )
character should be a letter.] [See URL
Any ideas or suggestions?
--- Jan Petranek <jan at petranek.de> wrote:
thanks for your answer, Marcel, after some messing
around, I found out the
mistake was on my side of the keyboard. (you may
skip the next section).
I want an application with some message classes,
these map to the OIDs. But
the clients should also be able to subscribe to
certain messages only, which
match some XPATH. So, I decided to put the entire
message content into the
key field and let the subscribers subcribe via
XPATH. This led to another
behaviour: The keys are considered constant in XB
and as long as the oid does
not change, XB does not evaluate the key's
xml-children. So, I generated a
new key oid for each message. This in turn costs XB
a lot of overhead, and
after some while, the applications started
Well, finally the MIME plugin for XPATH enlightened
me, so I switched
everything to this model and XB works fine ;-)
But if you are still interested in this insane
stress-test, I'll be happy to
send you the code.
Ashes on my head,
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