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Old October 13th, 2004, 08:53 AM
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Default Transformer.transform throws DOM006 error

I have been working on this for at least 4 days now. Time to ask for help

I am working within an opensource application called open adaptor.
I receive an object which holds my xml. I convert this to a string, and then Parse the string using DOMParser, extract the document, and then call Transformer.transform(DOMSource(document),DOMResul t), where i get a DOM006 error.

NOw this works, the sax transformer.

Here is a partial representation of the xml file
<<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>

and here is the code that attempts to transform it

          DOMResult domresult = new DOMResult();
          DocumentBuilderFactory factory = DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance();
        DocumentBuilder docBuilder = factory.newDocumentBuilder();
        Document document = docBuilder.newDocument();
         DOMParser domParser = new DOMParser();
        GenericXMLWriter stringwriter = new GenericXMLWriter();
 stringwriter.setAttributeValue("WriteAsXMLFragment s", "true");
stringwriter.setAttributeValue("ElideSingletonRoot ObjectTag", "true");
     String s1 = stringwriter.toString(adataobject);
     StringReader stringReader = new StringReader(s1);
     InputSource inputSource = new InputSource(stringReader);
 transformer.transform(new DOMSource(domParser.getDocument()), domresult);

         Document document1 = (Document)domresult.getNode();
         DOMDataObject domdataobject1 = new DOMDataObject(document1);
         DataObject adataobject1[] = new DataObject[1];
         adataobject1[0] = domdataobject1;
         return adataobject1;
     catch(Exception exception)
         throw new PipelineException(exception.getMessage(), 0);

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