RFR (JAXP) : 8081248: Implement JEP 268: XML Catalog API
huizhe.wang at oracle.com
Thu Oct 15 07:52:14 UTC 2015
Please help review JEP 268 implementation:
A Catalog is basically an ordered list of entries that map external
references to local resources using string identifiers called
systemId/publicId. The main function of the Catalog API therefore is 1)
parse a catalog; 2) use it to find a matching entry and resolve the
resource referenced in an XML document.
For common use cases, an application would simply acquire a
CatalogResolver and set it on a parser to be used for resource
resolution, refer to the test for an example.
The unit test contains test cases for the simple entries. Since SQE test
development has been in parallel with the dev work, this unit test
didn't have to cover all of the functions. What it does is to test and
demonstrate the use in a real environment, using a CatalogResolver to
actually resolves resources in XML documents, while the SQE tests focus
on having a full coverage by matching literal strings without involving
XML documents. The SQE test suite has gone through internal reviews and
will start public review following this review.
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