org.w3c.dom

Interface DOMError

    • Field Summary

      Fields 
      Modifier and Type Field and Description
      static short SEVERITY_ERROR
      The severity of the error described by the DOMError is error.
      static short SEVERITY_FATAL_ERROR
      The severity of the error described by the DOMError is fatal error.
      static short SEVERITY_WARNING
      The severity of the error described by the DOMError is warning.

        

    • Method Summary

      Methods 
      Modifier and Type Method and Description
      DOMLocator getLocation()
      The location of the error.
      String getMessage()
      An implementation specific string describing the error that occurred.
      Object getRelatedData()
      The related DOMError.type dependent data if any.
      Object getRelatedException()
      The related platform dependent exception if any.
      short getSeverity()
      The severity of the error, either SEVERITY_WARNING, SEVERITY_ERROR, or SEVERITY_FATAL_ERROR.
      String getType()
      A DOMString indicating which related data is expected in relatedData.

        

    • Field Detail

      • SEVERITY_WARNING

        static final short SEVERITY_WARNING
        The severity of the error described by the DOMError is warning. A SEVERITY_WARNING will not cause the processing to stop, unless DOMErrorHandler.handleError() returns false.
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        Constant Field Values
      • SEVERITY_ERROR

        static final short SEVERITY_ERROR
        The severity of the error described by the DOMError is error. A SEVERITY_ERROR may not cause the processing to stop if the error can be recovered, unless DOMErrorHandler.handleError() returns false.
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        Constant Field Values
      • SEVERITY_FATAL_ERROR

        static final short SEVERITY_FATAL_ERROR
        The severity of the error described by the DOMError is fatal error. A SEVERITY_FATAL_ERROR will cause the normal processing to stop. The return value of DOMErrorHandler.handleError() is ignored unless the implementation chooses to continue, in which case the behavior becomes undefined.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
    • Method Detail

      • getSeverity

        short getSeverity()
        The severity of the error, either SEVERITY_WARNING, SEVERITY_ERROR, or SEVERITY_FATAL_ERROR.
      • getMessage

        String getMessage()
        An implementation specific string describing the error that occurred.
      • getType

        String getType()
        A DOMString indicating which related data is expected in relatedData. Users should refer to the specification of the error in order to find its DOMString type and relatedData definitions if any.

        Note: As an example, Document.normalizeDocument() does generate warnings when the "split-cdata-sections" parameter is in use. Therefore, the method generates a SEVERITY_WARNING with type "cdata-sections-splitted" and the first CDATASection node in document order resulting from the split is returned by the relatedData attribute.

      • getRelatedException

        Object getRelatedException()
        The related platform dependent exception if any.
      • getRelatedData

        Object getRelatedData()
        The related DOMError.type dependent data if any.
      • getLocation

        DOMLocator getLocation()
        The location of the error.

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