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Bug #26446 DOM_XML_PARSING in domxml_open_file() returns an empty error-Array
Submitted: 2003-11-28 10:09 UTC Modified: 2003-11-28 13:10 UTC
From: msw at seebi dot de Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: DOM XML related
PHP Version: 4.3.4 OS: windows
Private report: No CVE-ID:
 [2003-11-28 10:09 UTC] msw at seebi dot de
Description:
------------
I' ve tried the option DOMXML_LOAD_PARSING in conjunction with the error-array in domxml_open_file(). If I have a XML file with some errors, the errors will be reported in the browser but the error-Array (the third paramter) is empty. I've used DOMXML_LOAD_VALIDATING with the error-array and it works fine. 

Michael



Reproduce code:
---------------
XML (please see the wrong root element for testing purposes):

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<newsliste id="542"/>
 <news wichtig="ja" id="555">
  </news>
</newsliste>

The PHP-Code:

if(!$dom = @domxml_open_file ("e:/htdocs/test.xml",DOMXML_LOAD_PARSING,$error)) {
  echo "error";
  exit;
}
$err=$error[0];
print ($err[errormessage]);
print ("<br>".$err[nodename]);
print ("<br>".$err[line]);
print ("<br>".$err[col]);
print ("<br>".$err[directory]);
print ("<br>".$err[file]);


Expected result:
----------------
$err[nodename] should have the name of the root element. 

Actual result:
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$err[nodename] is blank. 

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