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xml experts help me SAX Parser in xml

 
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hi friends,

I am learning SAX in xml. I am getting ArrayIndexOutOfBound Exception. can anybody know how to rectify this.

//this is the program which iam doing




//emp.xml file




//below is the dtd file


 
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Don't specify an index outside the bounds of the array.
 
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The useful information for you now is the stack trace which tells you what line of code threw the exception. Have a look at that, then have a look at the line of code which it points to.
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:The useful information for you now is the stack trace which tells you what line of code threw the exception. Have a look at that, then have a look at the line of code which it points to.




Parser p=ParserFactory.makeParser("org.apache.xerces.parsers.SAXParser");
FindAllEmployees fae=new FindAllEmployees();
fae.eno=args[0]; //here i got the exception can you please tell me how to solve this
p.setDocumentHandler((DocumentHandler) fae);
 
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The variable args refers to command line arguments - you are trying to run without a command line argument giving the XML document location.


Note that this use of the characters method:


will fail unexpectedly because the characters method may not get the entire text at a single call.

Bill
 
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