Uses of Class
org.w3c.dom.ls.LSException

Packages that use LSException
org.apache.xml.serializer.dom3   
org.w3c.dom.ls   
 

Uses of LSException in org.apache.xml.serializer.dom3
 

Methods in org.apache.xml.serializer.dom3 that throw LSException
 boolean LSSerializerImpl.write(Node nodeArg, LSOutput destination)
          Serializes the specified node to the specified LSOutput and returns true if the Node was successfully serialized.
 java.lang.String LSSerializerImpl.writeToString(Node nodeArg)
          Serializes the specified node and returns a String with the serialized data to the caller.
 boolean LSSerializerImpl.writeToURI(Node nodeArg, java.lang.String uri)
          Serializes the specified node to the specified URI and returns true if the Node was successfully serialized.
 

Uses of LSException in org.w3c.dom.ls
 

Methods in org.w3c.dom.ls that throw LSException
 Document LSParser.parse(LSInput input)
          Parse an XML document from a resource identified by a LSInput.
 Document LSParser.parseURI(java.lang.String uri)
          Parse an XML document from a location identified by a URI reference [IETF RFC 2396].
 Node LSParser.parseWithContext(LSInput input, Node contextArg, short action)
          Parse an XML fragment from a resource identified by a LSInput and insert the content into an existing document at the position specified with the context and action arguments.
 boolean LSSerializer.write(Node nodeArg, LSOutput destination)
          Serialize the specified node as described above in the general description of the LSSerializer interface.
 boolean LSSerializer.writeToURI(Node nodeArg, java.lang.String uri)
          A convenience method that acts as if LSSerializer.write was called with a LSOutput with no encoding specified and LSOutput.systemId set to the uri argument.
 java.lang.String LSSerializer.writeToString(Node nodeArg)
          Serialize the specified node as described above in the general description of the LSSerializer interface.
 



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