org.apache.xerces.xni
Interface XMLLocator


public interface XMLLocator

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Version:
$Id: XMLLocator.java 447247 2006-09-18 05:23:52Z mrglavas $
Author:
Andy Clark, IBM

Method Summary
 java.lang.String getBaseSystemId()
          Returns the base system identifier.
 int getCharacterOffset()
          Returns the character offset, or -1 if no character offset is available.
 int getColumnNumber()
          Returns the column number, or -1 if no column number is available.
 java.lang.String getEncoding()
          Returns the encoding of the current entity.
 java.lang.String getExpandedSystemId()
          Returns the expanded system identifier.
 int getLineNumber()
          Returns the line number, or -1 if no line number is available.
 java.lang.String getLiteralSystemId()
          Returns the literal system identifier.
 java.lang.String getPublicId()
          Returns the public identifier.
 java.lang.String getXMLVersion()
          Returns the XML version of the current entity.
 

Method Detail

getPublicId

java.lang.String getPublicId()
Returns the public identifier.


getLiteralSystemId

java.lang.String getLiteralSystemId()
Returns the literal system identifier.


getBaseSystemId

java.lang.String getBaseSystemId()
Returns the base system identifier.


getExpandedSystemId

java.lang.String getExpandedSystemId()
Returns the expanded system identifier.


getLineNumber

int getLineNumber()
Returns the line number, or -1 if no line number is available.


getColumnNumber

int getColumnNumber()
Returns the column number, or -1 if no column number is available.


getCharacterOffset

int getCharacterOffset()
Returns the character offset, or -1 if no character offset is available.


getEncoding

java.lang.String getEncoding()
Returns the encoding of the current entity. Note that, for a given entity, this value can only be considered final once the encoding declaration has been read (or once it has been determined that there is no such declaration) since, no encoding having been specified on the XMLInputSource, the parser will make an initial "guess" which could be in error.


getXMLVersion

java.lang.String getXMLVersion()
Returns the XML version of the current entity. This will normally be the value from the XML or text declaration or defaulted by the parser. Note that that this value may be different than the version of the processing rules applied to the current entity. For instance, an XML 1.1 document may refer to XML 1.0 entities. In such a case the rules of XML 1.1 are applied to the entire document. Also note that, for a given entity, this value can only be considered final once the XML or text declaration has been read or once it has been determined that there is no such declaration.



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