RFC: Simple XML Event-Based API for Java
papresco at technologist.com
Wed Dec 17 14:39:13 GMT 1997
David Megginson wrote:
> The advantage is that the same XmlApplication object can work with
> more than one XmlProcessor at the same time (though it is not required
> to be able to do so).
If you use the name "Application" then it makes sense to require a
single application to support multiple processors. Jade is an example of
an application that supports multiple processors. If we use the word
***Consumer, then it makes sense that there should be a single consumer
> > This could be done by having the app ask the processor for the location
> > of the last event in some non-standardized way, but that's kind of
> > kludgy. On the other hand, maybe this is just too fancy for a
> > "simple" API.
> I think that it probably is too fancy.
Maybe, but it also seems very important. A processor that can't tell you
where your errors are is very frustrating. Perhaps there should
immediately be a "level 2" that supports this.
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