kandi X-RAY | xmltool Summary
kandi X-RAY | xmltool Summary
XML manipulation library in Java built on a Fluent API
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Removes all prefixes
- Returns an array of nodes matching the given xpath expression
- Read the namespace declarations
- The current child
- Go to the first child element
- Go to the first child element with given name
- Returns the first child
- Go to the last child element
- Go to the last child with given name
- Go first child element
- For each element of current tag
- Deletes the current tag
- Returns all the prefixes for a given namespace
- Returns true if there are more documents
- Get the attribute names
- Set the pool to use
- Add an attribute
- Delete an attribute from the current tag
- Get the child nodes of this element
- Returns the value associated with the specified key
- Checks whether the map contains the specified value
- Removes all elements from this map
- Gets the inner text
- Puts all entries in the given map into this map
- Removes the value associated with the specified key
- Removes a mapping from the map
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I am trying to run a project in Java and came across the following issues:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 14:33
There's a suspicious library
com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.jar in your WEB-INF/lib. I'd kick it out, because it's probably shadowing
addMixin method exists since 2.5, so that
com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.jar must be 2.4 or older.
BTW, according to https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.springframework/spring-web/5.1.0.RELEASE, you should use jackson 2.9.7, but maybe 2.9.4 works, too.
I am getting error on below line...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-19 at 06:06
This error was due to different
cxf jar versions being used
This was solved by matching all the cxf versions in the pom.xml. of current project and all the projects being imported.
so basically I have been tearing my hair out trying to get the document() function in xslt working, however I cannot find a way for my life. I have been told to learn it in Notepad++ using the XMLTools plugin and transforming the xml.
I have created 2 basic xml files with brief data in but I am incapable of even linking these two files together as I cannot find any help online for learning this.
My first xml named cars.xml:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-14 at 13:06
From your question it's not clear how your two files are linked...
The document function can simply be used like this:
I have a working Shibboleth IDP & SP, but some of the attributes are not getting resolved by SP.
On the IDP logs you can see the below values are released, but SP is not picking them up.
Attributes Released : commonName,transientId,surname,givenName,sAMAccountName
Below are the log files.
Shibboleth IDP - Logs...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jun-02 at 09:12
Managed to get the issue resolved after mapping the correct attribute id in attribute-map.xml
I have code ;...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-29 at 14:58
As far as I checked, when Maven resolves more dependencies to the same library, but different versions, it takes the first version it finds and ignores the others. In your case, you probably explicitly declared a dependency to Guava 28.1. However the pdfbox requires a different version, which you can't see amongs your libraries, because it is ignored. I suggest you to:
- Remove as much dependencies from your project as you can, leave there only the dependency to pdfbox.
- Check, what version it needs. The command
mvn dependency:tree -Dverbosemight help you.
- Revert your dependencies to the original state, set the Guava dependency to that version.
- Pray, that another library doesn't need different version of Guava as well.
Edit: You might find this thread usefull. It talks about ignoring the other versions of the same jar.
Edit 2: In my case, the Guava 15.0 was needed.
I have generated a keystore file in JKS format from the input pfx file. While using the keystore file in the tomcat web application, facing an exception, kindly help if anyone faced the same problem.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-11 at 09:45
The exception states that openSAML cannot find your (SP) private key to sign the SAML message.
The following SAML configuration should exist (e.g. in spring-security.xml)
I am trying to extract values from institutional XML files with R. Here is an example of such file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-21 at 07:36
What makes this file tricky is the name space in the xml text. The
xml2 package has a function to strip out the namespace which makes the process easier.
Once that is done it is a matter of finding the individuals and then moving up the tree to find the parent nodes and then extract the requested information.
I have an XML file that I haven't been able to get into a good data.frame format. I'm close but it's not quite there yet.
cellosaurus.xml slightly modified this file by removing everything before and after
This is the messy code I've written so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-06 at 02:04
To use the relational database terminology, consider data normalization. Specifically, keep your data long as most nodes in XML are practically all one-to-many lists which you can extract each one as individual long data frames and merge together by a unique id such as cell_line node number.
Fortunately, there is a great extraction tool available known as XSLT, the special purpose, declarative language (same type as SQL) designed to transform XML into various end use needs such as extracting the individual pieces that you can parse more simply into data frames and then merge all items together. The beauty too is XSLT has nothing to do with R and is portable to other application layers (Java, PHP, Python) or dedicated XSLT processors.
See process below for roadmap to final solution. All XSLT scripts below parses from a specific part of every cell-line node and flattens XML to one child level:R
The methods from the below Groovy class are invoked by some other pipeline script classes about which I don't know. All the println statements have been replaced by logger.info....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Nov-28 at 20:53
I assume you would like to use Gradle’s logging system for your log output from a Gradle plugin?
In that case I would suggest to create/get the logger instance differently. Either use
project.logger.info(…) or create a new
Logger like so:
I have checked my project dependency and found the required class exists in xmlsec-1.5.8.jar and that is already included. Also from the dependency structure,i see it is not being overridden by any lower version. Still i am una ble to find the reason behing this exception. I am running spring boot 2.0.5 Can you please help me resolve the below issue -...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-10 at 13:01
I have found the solution for the above mentioned issue and it was due to conflicting dependency issue. Incorporating several maven dependency for several issues or development was the reason behind is. What i finally did is declaring the cxf version on top of all other related dependency and referring that cxf version for all the related dependencies and finally worked!
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You can use xmltool like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the xmltool component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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