Android :: Error Parsing XML / Unbound Prefix

Nov 15, 2010

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<AbsoluteLayout
xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:layout_width="fill_parent"
android:layout_height="fill_parent"
android:background="#8B4789">

<TextView
android:layout_y="20dip"
android:layout_x="20dip"
androd:gravity="fill"
android:textColor="#FFFFFF"
android:background="#4F2F4F"
android:layout_height="335dip"
android:layout_width="270dip"
/>
</AbsoluteLayout>

Android :: Error parsing XML / Unbound Prefix


Android :: Phantom Error - Error Parsing XML - Unbound Prefix

May 26, 2010

The error "error parsing XML: unbound prefix" shows up on my main layout: main.xml when I first open Eclipse. To make the error go away, all I have to do is make a modification to the file, then undo it, then hit save (have to make a change in order to be able to save file and thus trigger the new syntax check).

My environment is:

Fedora Eclipse Platform
Version: 3.4.2
Based on build id: 20090211-1700

My target is Android API level 5.

The first time I saw the error I spent a long time trying to track down "the problem" but later realized there isn't really a problem, it's just a phantom error.

Screenshot: http://i50.tinypic.com/2i89iee.jpg

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If you find that the "android:" attribute prefix is cumbersome and reduces the readability of your Android XML files, you might want to try changing the prefix from android to _. If you do it via the Eclipse XML editor, it seems like you have to perform 2 find/replace operations with regular expressions. This is itself a cumbersome task, so you can automate it:

1) Download AutoHotKey, which lets you write a script to send keys and mouse clicks to a program. I believe that AutoKey does the same for linux.

2) Write a script to tell Eclipse to perform a find/replace, scope is all, wrap search, regular expressions on, 1st find expression is (xmlns:)android, 1st replace expression is 1_. 2nd find expression is (s)android: and 2nd replace expression is 1_:. I also added in format and save commands, so my AutoHotKey script is:

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So I have tried about 10 apps so far that none seem to do what I am looking to accomplish.

I have a dial in phone system that allows me access to a dial tone. So if want to be able to select a number from my history, contacts or a clickable link and have it prompt which dialer I want to use. If I choose this app it should dial MY number and enter my access code THEN dial the number I was trying to call.

So for example I am trying to call 212-555-1212 and my number is 212-666-1212 it should dial:

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I have found a few apps that seem to do this, however they have integrated them in such a way where it will only automatically enter into the "Calling card mode" based on dialing rules (Such as area code and country code) there is no way to manually select when to utilize the "calling card mode" and when not to,

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I work for a hospital where I frequently have to dial a 4 digit number to call different zones of the hospital. (every phone number is lets say 212-883-xxxx)

So Instead of always putting in 212-883 before the 4 digit suffix, is there a way I can tell my phone to automatically add that 6 digit prefix, without the use of an app?

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I'm currently looking at rolling out Sony Xperia Z1s to our company users. At the minute, our global address list (in Active Directory/Exchange) contains all the phone numbers in the following format. +44 (0)1234 987654

When I select a contact from the global address list, calls and texts fail, as the recipient is resolved to +4401234987654. This is an invalid number

Connections to the global address list from iPhones, Nokia Win8s, and Blackberrys, that retrieve the same details, automatically omit the contents of the bracketed prefix and resolve to +441234987654.

We need to (ideally) keep the format of the contacts in the address list with the +44 (0)..... format, as these details are used to create email signatures, and with people based around the world, we need to keep the fully qualified international display format, also, I don't fancy the task of going through accounts of hundreds of people each with 4 different phone number entries, and editing them.

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General :: Intercept Call And Add Prefix (Incoming / Outgoing Calls)

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How to intercept incoming calls by adding a prefix like 19299 on incoming, and * on outgoing.

I have built and compiled an .apk file witch force closes for no apparent reason on launch. When compiled it compiles without any errors.

Is it even possible to monitor incoming calls on public API level? Or is that an API that is closed off? if the API is available, is it then possiblo to add said prefix both on incoming and outgoing calls?

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General :: Enabling Default Prefix For All Telephone Numbers In Contacts

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My Android based (Gingerbread) smartphone has a number of contacts with several phone numbers (home, work, mobile etc.) for each. When I call a contact the call goes through the mobile operator and I'm charged for the call by him.

I also have an an Asterisk-based PBX with a FCT (Fixed Cellular Terminal, or GSM Dialer or Fixed Wireless Terminal) connected to a VOIP provider that charges much less. If I prefix a phone number in Contacts with a fixed string (containing the mobile number to the SIM card in the FCT, plus some pause, plus the password to access the PBX's dial tone plus a bit more of pause) it works fine.

What I'm looking for is a way to have this standard prefix string stored somewhere and it be automatically padded at the beginning of each number dialed. Ideally, when dialing a contact I would be asked if I wanted to call with or without the standard prefix. Is that doable?

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Android :: Parsing XML From Net Using SAX

Apr 8, 2009

I really have a problem: When I want to parse this XML file:

XML file:
<marketexport> <createtime_timestamp>1236801648</createtime_timestamp> <createtime_date>11.03.09 - 21:00</createtime_date> <ressources> <ressource> <name>Energie</name> <price>14</price> <number>11967033</number> </ressource> </ressources> <race> <race_name>Nova Federation</race_name> <military_units> <unit> <name>NoF Marine</name> <price>1200</price> <number>845</number> </unit> </military_units> <spy_units> <unit> <name>Thief</name> <price>0</price> <number>0</number> </unit> <unit> <unit> <name>Agent</name> <price>0</price> <number>0</number> </unit> </spy_units> </race> </marketexport>

ExampleHandler:

public void startElement(String namespaceURI, String localName,
String qName, Attributes atts) throws SAXException {
if (localName.equals("marktexport")) { this.in_marktexport = true;
} if (localName.equals("ressources")) { this.in_ressources = true;
} if (localName.equals("ressource")) { this.in_ressource = true;
} if (localName.equals("race")) { this.in_race = true;
} if (localName.equals("race_name")) { this.in_race_name = true;
} if (localName.equals("military_units")) { this.in_military_units = true;
} if (localName.equals("unit")) { this.in_unit = true;
} if (localName.equals("name")) { this.in_name = true;
} if (localName.equals("price")) { this.in_price = true;
} if (localName.equals("number")) { this.in_number = true;
} }
public void endElement(String namespaceURI, String localName, String qName)
throws SAXException { if (localName.equals("marktexport")) { this.in_marktexport = false;
} if (localName.equals("ressources")) { this.in_ressources = false;
} if (localName.equals("ressource")) { this.in_ressource = false;
} if (localName.equals("name")) { this.in_name = false;
} if (localName.equals("price")) { this.in_price = false;
} if (localName.equals("number")) { this.in_number = false;
} if (localName.equals("race")) { this.in_race = false;
} if (localName.equals("race_name")) { this.in_race_name = false;
} if (localName.equals("military_units")) { this.in_military_units = false;
} if (localName.equals("unit")) { this.in_unit = false;
} } public void characters(char ch[], int start, int length) { if(this.in_race_name){
myParsedExampleDataSet.setrace(new String(ch, start, length));
} if(this.in_name){ myParsedExampleDataSet.setname(new String(ch, start, length));
} if(this.in_price){ myParsedExampleDataSet.setprice(new String(ch, start, length));
} if(this.in_number){ myParsedExampleDataSet.setnumber(new String(ch, start, length));
} }
ParsedExampleDataSet:
public void setprice(String price){ this.price = price;
} public void setname(String name) { this.name = name;
} public void setnumber(String number) { this.number = number;
} public void setrace(String race) { this.race = race;
} //Getter public String getnumber() { return number;
} public String getprice() { return price;
} public String getname() { return name;
} public String getrace() { return race;
} //.toString() public String toString() {
result = getrace()+"
Name: "+getname()+"
Preis: "+getprice() +"
Number: "+getnumber();
return result;
}
I Only get:
Nova Federation Name: Agent Preis: 0 Anzahl: 0
So I want to get: Nova Federation Name: NoF Marine Preis: 1200 Number: 845

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