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Re: Cannot close an XML file used for parsing

Hi Sheila,
 
Unfortunately, this suggestion hasn't fixed the problem still.
 
Thanks for the idea anyway,
 
Jack


From: Sheila M. Morrissey <[email protected]>
To: Jack Bush <[email protected]>
Sent: Wednesday, 29 October, 2008 12:52:06 AM
Subject: RE: Cannot close an XML file used for parsing

Jack – did you try fosOutHtml.getFD().sync() after the flush?

Regards

Sheila

 


From: Jack Bush [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 8:41 AM
To: Robert Koberg
Cc: xml-dev@l...
Subject: Re: Cannot close an XML file used for parsing

 

Hi Robert,

 

Thanks for responding to this post.

 

I have added your suggestion but the issue still persist. Nevertheless, I do believe that this is caused by the new XML file not having been closed properly.

 

There is no problem with http://sourceforge.net/projects/light-html2xml method which has worked in the past.

 

Any more suggestion to try out?

 

Thanks,

 

Jack

 


From: Robert Koberg <[email protected]>
To: Jack Bush <[email protected]>
Cc: [email protected]
Sent: Tuesday, 28 October, 2008 9:42:21 AM
Subject: Re: Cannot close an XML file used for parsing


close the stream or reader in a finally block to avoid leaving it open 
if an error occurs.

try{
}catch(....){
}finally {
}

On Oct 27, 2008, at 6:03 PM, Jack Bush wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> I appears to have difficulty closing (possibly flushing it first) an 
> XML file that was subsequently being parsed without success. The 
> error generated is:
>
> org.jdom.input.JDOMParseException: Error on line 23: The element 
> type "form" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "</form>".
>
> Below is the code snippets of readData() to retrieve (HTML) data 
> from a website, save it to a file, then convert to XML format before 
> returning the new filename:
> public String readData() {
>
>    try {
>          URL url  = new URL("http://www.abc.com/");
>          URLConnection connection = url.openConnection();
>          InputStream isInHtml = url.openStream();  // throws an 
> IOException
>          disInHtml = new DataInputStream(new 
> BufferedInputStream(isInHtml));
>          System.out.flush();
>          FileOutputStream fosOutHtml = null;
>          fosOutHtml = new FileOutputStream("C:\\Temp\\ABC.html");
>          int oneChar, count=0;
>          while ((oneChar=disInHtml.read()) != -1)
>              fosOutHtml.write(oneChar);
>          isInHtml.close();
>          disInHtml.close();
>          fosOutHtml.flush();    // optional
>          fosOutHtml..close();
>          .....
>    }
>
>    try {
>          File fileInHtml = new File("C:\\Temp\\ABC.html");
>          FileReader frInHtml = new FileReader(fileInHtml);
>          BufferedReader brInHtml = new BufferedReader(frInHtml);
>          String string = "";
>          while (brInHtml.ready())
>              string += brInHtml.readLine() + "\n";
>          fwOutXml  = new FileWriter("C:\\Temp\\ABC.xml");
>          pwOutXml  = new PrintWriter(fwOutXml);
>          light_html2xml html2xml = new light_html2xml();
>          pwOutXml.print(html2xml.Html2Xml(string));
>          system.out.flush()    // optional
>          fwOutXml.flush();      // optional
>          fwOutXml.close();
>          pwOutXml.flush();      // optional
>          pwOutXml.close();
>          return fileInHtml.getAbsolutePath();
>          ....
>    }
> }
>
> // parseData reads the XML file using the name returned by readData()
> public void parseData(String XMLFilename)
> {
>    try
>    {
>        FileReader frInXml = new FileReader(FileName);
>        BufferedReader brInXml = new BufferedReader(frInXml);
>        SAXBuilder saxBuilder = new 
> SAXBuilder("org.apache.xerces.parsers.SAXParser"); // 
> JDOMParseException generated.
>        ....
> }
> These codes would worked when they were in a single method but I 
> have since placed some structure around them using a number methods.
>
> This issue has risen in th past where I have been able to close the 
> XML file prior to reading them again. However, I don't have a 
> solution for it this time round.
>
> I am running JDK 1.6.0_10, Netbeans 6.1, JDOM 1.1 on Windows XP 
> platform.
>
> Any assistance would be appreciated..
>
> Many thanks,
>
> Jack
>
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