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ERROR - weblogic.apache.xerces.xni.XNIException - Possible Causes of XNIException

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FrameworkClassMethod
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void endExternalSubset(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void endDTD(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void endAttlist(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void endConditional(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void startGroup(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void pcdata(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void endGroup(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler to
signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void any(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void empty(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error.
Weblogic DTDGrammar public void endContentModel(Augmentations augs) Thrown by handler
to signal an error
Weblogic XMLDTDLoader public void setLocale(Locale locale) Thrown if the parser does not support
the specified locale.
Weblogic XMLGrammarPreparser public void setLocale(Locale locale) Thrown if the parser
does not support the specified locale
Weblogic XMLSchemaLoader public void setLocale(Locale locale) Thrown if the parser does not support
the specified locale.


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