Java Code Examples for org.jdom2.Element#removeChild()

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Example 1
public static String getMergedOutputData(Element inputData, Element outputData) {
    try {
        Element merged = inputData.clone();
        JDOMUtil.stripAttributes(merged);
        JDOMUtil.stripAttributes(outputData);

        List<Element> children = outputData.getChildren();

        // iterate through the output vars and add them to the merged doc.
        for (int i = children.size() - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
            Element child = children.get(i);

            // the input data will be removed from the merged doc and
            // the output data will be added.
            merged.removeChild(child.getName());
            merged.addContent(child.detach());
        }
        return JDOMUtil.elementToString(merged);
    }
    catch (Exception e) {
        return "";
    }
}
 
Example 2
private Map<String, String> getAppInfo(Element eField) {
    Namespace ns = eField.getNamespace();
    Element annotation = eField.getChild("annotation", ns);
    if (annotation != null) {
        Map<String, String> infoMap = new HashMap<>();
        Element appInfo = annotation.getChild("appinfo", ns);
        if (appInfo != null) {
            for (Element child : appInfo.getChildren()) {
                String text = child.getText();
                if (!StringUtil.isNullOrEmpty(text)) {
                    infoMap.put(child.getName(), text);
                }
            }
        }
        eField.removeChild("annotation", ns);   // done processing the annotation
        return infoMap;
    }
    return Collections.emptyMap();
}
 
Example 3
public String toSummaryXML() {
    String result = "";
    Element eParam = JDOMUtil.stringToElement(toXML());
    if (eParam != null) {
        eParam.removeChild("initialValue");
        Element typeElement = eParam.getChild("type");
        Element orderingElem = new Element("ordering");
        orderingElem.setText("" + _ordering);
        int insPos = (null == typeElement) ? 0 : 1 ;
        eParam.addContent(insPos, orderingElem);
        result = JDOMUtil.elementToString(eParam);
    }
    return result ;
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Builds a list of specification objects from a XML string.
 * @param specStr the XML string describing the specification set
 * @param schemaValidate when true, will cause the specifications to be
 * validated against schema while being parsed
 * @return a list of YSpecification objects taken from the XML string.
 * @throws YSyntaxException if a parsed specification doesn't validate against
 * schema
 */
public static List<YSpecification> unmarshalSpecifications(String specStr,
                                                           boolean schemaValidate)
        throws YSyntaxException {
    
    List<YSpecification> result = null;

    // first check if the xml string is well formed and build a document
    Document document = JDOMUtil.stringToDocument(specStr);
    if (document != null) {
        Element specificationSetEl = document.getRootElement();
        YSchemaVersion version = getVersion(specificationSetEl);
        Namespace ns = specificationSetEl.getNamespace();

        // strip layout element, if any (the engine doesn't use it)
        specificationSetEl.removeChild("layout", ns);

        // now check the specification file against its respective schema
        if (schemaValidate) {
            SchemaHandler validator = new SchemaHandler(version.getSchemaURL());
            if (! validator.compileAndValidate(specStr)) {
                throw new YSyntaxException(
                  " The specification file failed to verify against YAWL's Schema:\n"
                        + validator.getConcatenatedMessage());
            }
        }

        // now build a set of specifications - verification has not yet occurred.
        result = buildSpecifications(specificationSetEl, ns, version);
    }
    else {
        throw new YSyntaxException("Invalid XML specification.");
    }
    return result;
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: rome   File: RSS094Generator.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
@Override
protected void populateItem(final Item item, final Element eItem, final int index) {
    super.populateItem(item, eItem, index);

    final Description description = item.getDescription();
    if (description != null && description.getType() != null) {
        final Element eDescription = eItem.getChild("description", getFeedNamespace());
        eDescription.setAttribute(new Attribute("type", description.getType()));
    }
    eItem.removeChild("expirationDate", getFeedNamespace());
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * Implements InterfaceBWebsideController.  It receives messages from the engine
 * notifying an enabled task and acts accordingly.  In this case it takes the message,
 * tries to check out the work item, and if successful it begins to start up a web service
 * invocation.
 * @param enabledWorkItem
 */
public void handleEnabledWorkItemEvent(WorkItemRecord enabledWorkItem) {
    try {
        if (!checkConnection(_sessionHandle)) {
            _sessionHandle = connect(engineLogonName, engineLogonPassword);
        }
        if (successful(_sessionHandle)) {
            List<WorkItemRecord> executingChildren =
                    checkOutAllInstancesOfThisTask(enabledWorkItem, _sessionHandle);
            for (WorkItemRecord itemRecord : executingChildren) {
                Element inputData = itemRecord.getDataList();
                String wsdlLocation = inputData.getChildText(WSDL_LOCATION_PARAMNAME);
                String portName = inputData.getChildText(WSDL_PORTNAME_PARAMNAME);
                String operationName = inputData.getChildText(WSDL_OPERATIONNAME_PARAMNAME);

                Element webServiceArgsData = inputData.clone();
                webServiceArgsData.removeChild(WSDL_LOCATION_PARAMNAME);
                webServiceArgsData.removeChild(WSDL_PORTNAME_PARAMNAME);
                webServiceArgsData.removeChild(WSDL_OPERATIONNAME_PARAMNAME);

                Map replyFromWebServiceBeingInvoked =
                        WSIFInvoker.invokeMethod(
                                wsdlLocation,
                                portName,
                                operationName,
                                webServiceArgsData,
                                getAuthenticationConfig());

                _log.warn("\n\nReply from Web service being invoked is : {}",
                        replyFromWebServiceBeingInvoked);

                Element caseDataBoundForEngine = prepareReplyRootElement(enabledWorkItem, _sessionHandle);
                Map<String, String> outputDataTypes = getOutputDataTypes(enabledWorkItem);

                for (Object o : replyFromWebServiceBeingInvoked.keySet()) {
                    String varName = (String) o;
                    Object replyMsg = replyFromWebServiceBeingInvoked.get(varName);
                    System.out.println("replyMsg class = " + replyMsg.getClass().getName());
                    String varVal = replyMsg.toString();
                    String varType = outputDataTypes.get(varName);
                    if ((varType != null) && (! varType.endsWith("string"))) {
                        varVal = validateValue(varType, varVal);
                    }
                    Element content = new Element(varName);
                    content.setText(varVal);
                    caseDataBoundForEngine.addContent(content);
                }

                _logger.debug("\nResult of item [" +
                        itemRecord.getID() + "] checkin is : " +
                        checkInWorkItem(
                                itemRecord.getID(),
                                inputData,
                                caseDataBoundForEngine, null,
                                _sessionHandle));
            }
        }

    } catch (Throwable e) {
        _logger.error(e.getMessage(), e);
    }
}