org.w3c.dom.ls

Interface DOMImplementationLS


  • public interface DOMImplementationLS
    DOMImplementationLS contains the factory methods for creating Load and Save objects.

    The expectation is that an instance of the DOMImplementationLS interface can be obtained by using binding-specific casting methods on an instance of the DOMImplementation interface or, if the Document supports the feature "Core" version "3.0" defined in [DOM Level 3 Core] , by using the method DOMImplementation.getFeature with parameter values "LS" (or "LS-Async") and "3.0" (respectively).

    See also the Document Object Model (DOM) Level 3 Load and Save Specification.

    • Field Summary

      Fields 
      Modifier and Type Field and Description
      static short MODE_ASYNCHRONOUS
      Create an asynchronous LSParser.
      static short MODE_SYNCHRONOUS
      Create a synchronous LSParser.

        

    • Method Summary

      Methods 
      Modifier and Type Method and Description
      LSInput createLSInput()
      Create a new empty input source object where LSInput.characterStream, LSInput.byteStream , LSInput.stringData LSInput.systemId, LSInput.publicId, LSInput.baseURI, and LSInput.encoding are null, and LSInput.certifiedText is false.
      LSOutput createLSOutput()
      Create a new empty output destination object where LSOutput.characterStream, LSOutput.byteStream, LSOutput.systemId, LSOutput.encoding are null.
      LSParser createLSParser(short mode, String schemaType)
      Create a new LSParser.
      LSSerializer createLSSerializer()
      Create a new LSSerializer object.

        

    • Field Detail

      • MODE_SYNCHRONOUS

        static final short MODE_SYNCHRONOUS
        Create a synchronous LSParser.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • MODE_ASYNCHRONOUS

        static final short MODE_ASYNCHRONOUS
        Create an asynchronous LSParser.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
    • Method Detail

      • createLSParser

        LSParser createLSParser(short mode,
                              String schemaType)
                                throws DOMException
        Create a new LSParser. The newly constructed parser may then be configured by means of its DOMConfiguration object, and used to parse documents by means of its parse method.
        Parameters:
        mode - The mode argument is either MODE_SYNCHRONOUS or MODE_ASYNCHRONOUS, if mode is MODE_SYNCHRONOUS then the LSParser that is created will operate in synchronous mode, if it's MODE_ASYNCHRONOUS then the LSParser that is created will operate in asynchronous mode.
        schemaType - An absolute URI representing the type of the schema language used during the load of a Document using the newly created LSParser. Note that no lexical checking is done on the absolute URI. In order to create a LSParser for any kind of schema types (i.e. the LSParser will be free to use any schema found), use the value null.

        Note: For W3C XML Schema [XML Schema Part 1] , applications must use the value "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema". For XML DTD [XML 1.0], applications must use the value "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml". Other Schema languages are outside the scope of the W3C and therefore should recommend an absolute URI in order to use this method.

        Returns:
        The newly created LSParser object. This LSParser is either synchronous or asynchronous depending on the value of the mode argument.

        Note: By default, the newly created LSParser does not contain a DOMErrorHandler, i.e. the value of the " error-handler" configuration parameter is null. However, implementations may provide a default error handler at creation time. In that case, the initial value of the "error-handler" configuration parameter on the new LSParser object contains a reference to the default error handler.

        Throws:
        DOMException - NOT_SUPPORTED_ERR: Raised if the requested mode or schema type is not supported.
      • createLSSerializer

        LSSerializer createLSSerializer()
        Create a new LSSerializer object.
        Returns:
        The newly created LSSerializer object.

        Note: By default, the newly created LSSerializer has no DOMErrorHandler, i.e. the value of the "error-handler" configuration parameter is null. However, implementations may provide a default error handler at creation time. In that case, the initial value of the "error-handler" configuration parameter on the new LSSerializer object contains a reference to the default error handler.

      • createLSInput

        LSInput createLSInput()
        Create a new empty input source object where LSInput.characterStream, LSInput.byteStream , LSInput.stringData LSInput.systemId, LSInput.publicId, LSInput.baseURI, and LSInput.encoding are null, and LSInput.certifiedText is false.
        Returns:
        The newly created input object.
      • createLSOutput

        LSOutput createLSOutput()
        Create a new empty output destination object where LSOutput.characterStream, LSOutput.byteStream, LSOutput.systemId, LSOutput.encoding are null.
        Returns:
        The newly created output object.

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