SGML

API Reference

Interface for an errorhandler the SGML library user must implement and supply to processing components.

See:
http://www.saxproject.org/apidoc/org/xml/sax/ErrorHandler.html

Name Description
error Called on recoverable errors.
fatalError Called on unrecoverable errors.
warning Called on warnings.

Member Details

error(errmsg, systemid, publicid, lineno, colno)

Called on recoverable errors.

Parameters

Name Type Description
errmsg string

Error message

systemid string

System identifier of the file/resource in error, if any

publicid string

Public identifier of the file/resource in error, if any

lineno number

Line number of erroneous content, if any, or 0

colno number

Character column number of erroneous content; always 0

fatalError(errmsg, systemid, publicid, lineno, colno)

Called on unrecoverable errors.

Note: this is called on the thread, worker, or node I/O callback and in the context of the stack where the error occurred, ie. either on parsing errors triggered from I/O calls/events or where an async operation fails (on node error/exception handlers). throw or exit() will be called immediately after returning control flow to the SGML library. The implementation may preempt/intercept SGML library processing in limited ways from here, but can't continue/re-enter the calling SGML processing context.

Parameters

Name Type Description
errmsg string

Error message

systemid string

System identifier of the file/resource in error, if any

publicid string

Public identifier of the file/resource in error, if any

lineno number

Line number of erroneous content, if any, or 0

colno number

Character column number of erroneous content; always 0

warning(errmsg, systemid, publicid, lineno, colno)

Called on warnings.

Parameters

Name Type Description
errmsg string

Error message

systemid string

System identifier of the file/resource in error, if any

publicid string

Public identifier of the file/resource in error, if any

lineno number

Line number of erroneous content, if any, or 0

colno number

Character column number of erroneous content; always 0