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How to find the source of a Xerces error (FWK)

(english version below)
Bonjour!

Je travaille sur un gros projet java, qui parse beaucoup de fichiers xml
au lancement d'un serveur.
Nous avons un problème de concurrence qu lancement.

En fait, il s'agit d'une erreur Xerces FWK005, et nous sommes incapables
de trouver d'où elle provient dans le code. Nous avons déjà essayé de
rendre toutes les méthodes qui appellent Xerces synchronized, mais celà
n'a rien changé.

Donc ma question: sauriez-vous comment traquer cette erreur? Existe-t'il
un moyen de trouver quelles sont les méthodes qui appellent xerces de
façon concurrente (un debugger qui écouterait les appels à xerces, p.ex)?

L'erreur:

Caused by: org.xml.sax.SAXException: FWK005 parse may not be called
while parsing.
at
com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.parsers.Abstrac tSAXParser.parse(Unknown
Source)

http://acroyear.blog-city.com/xerces...ded_fwk005.htm

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Hi everyone!

I'm on a big java project, which parses a lot of xml files at the launch
of a server.
The problem is, we have a concurrency problem at the launch.

In fact, it's a FWK005 Xerces error, and we can't find out from where it
comes from. We already tried to make every method calling Xerces
'synchronized', but no change!

Here is my question: would you know how to find this error? How to know
which method calls xerces in a concurrent way (maybe a debugger which
would listen the calls to xerces)?

The error:

Caused by: org.xml.sax.SAXException: FWK005 parse may not be called
while parsing.
at
com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.parsers.Abstrac tSAXParser.parse(Unknown
Source)

http://acroyear.blog-city.com/xerces...ded_fwk005.htm
Sep 9 '06 #1
3 1707
Since your question is specifically about Xerces, I would strongly
recommend that you ask on the Xerces mailing list over at Apache. That's
the subgroup of our community most likely to know the details of Xerces'
internal error messages.

One thought: You ask
How to know which method calls xerces in a concurrent way
.... Calling printStackTrace() on that SAXException should tell you what
was running at the time the problem was detected. Other than that...
yes, I'd fire it up under a debugger and let the code itself help me
figure out what's going on.

--
() ASCII Ribbon Campaign | Joe Kesselman
/\ Stamp out HTML e-mail! | System architexture and kinetic poetry
Sep 9 '06 #2
Joe Kesselman a écrit :
Since your question is specifically about Xerces, I would strongly
recommend that you ask on the Xerces mailing list over at Apache. That's
the subgroup of our community most likely to know the details of Xerces'
internal error messages.

One thought: You ask
How to know which method calls xerces in a concurrent way
... Calling printStackTrace() on that SAXException should tell you what
was running at the time the problem was detected. Other than that...
yes, I'd fire it up under a debugger and let the code itself help me
figure out what's going on.
Hem... Quite interesting isn't it?
http://mrl.nyu.edu/~perlin/experiments/poetry/

I never heard about it before.
http://www.poetess77.com/blog/2004/1...ic-poetry.html

Do you refer to the first or the second meaning?

Sep 10 '06 #3
Raphael Tagliani wrote:
Do you refer to the first or the second meaning [of kinetic poetry]
Neither of the above; my (implied) observation is that the best
programming can be to poetry as kinetic sculpture is to stabiles: ideas
in dynamic interaction, as compared to ideas in a single fixed
structure. (Of course, like any artistic domain, there's a lot of crud
out there too.)

--
() ASCII Ribbon Campaign | Joe Kesselman
/\ Stamp out HTML e-mail! | System architexture and kinetic poetry
Sep 11 '06 #4

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