I tried asking this on StackOverflow, but then realized that this email list is
probably the better place, so please forgive if you read both places. I hope
someone can please find time to answer.
We use XmlBeans, code generated from a schema, to read in an XML instance that
conforms to the
On Mon, 19 Aug 2013, Lott, Christopher M wrote:
We use XmlBeans, code generated from a schema, to read in an XML
instance that conforms to the schema and modify it. Read and validate
work fine; modify is killing me. For example, change the value of an
element, delete an element from a list,
Since I think I can answer your question I probably misunderstand it. :)
Given an XSD:
?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?
xs:schema targetNamespace=org.eltesto elementFormDefault=qualified
Thanks to Nick B. and Paul G. for their quick replies! Below is code that
demonstrates, at least superficially, the exception that we get. We are doing
something wrong in our code; I don't suspect an XmlBeans bug at this point.
This code is derived from (and depends on the schema and example
If I understand you correctly you are trying to print something you removed;
it gone baby. If for some reason you need it, preserve a copy, not a
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