Android :: XML Parsing Strange Error

Jun 28, 2010

I am trying to parse XML with a simple sax parser. Interestingly i am able to see desired output in the emulator. but when i run the program on a device program shows no output. I tried many different way for example putting the XML file in a raw folder but every time no out put on device. Tried this on two different handset and everywhere get the same error.

Android :: XML Parsing Strange Error

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.


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I have a simple app that just initiates a wifi scan every two seconds and then logs the results. I am observing some strange behaviour, and was wondering if anyone could shed some light. When I start scanning, if the phone (Nexus One running latest Froyo OTA release) is just sitting on my desk (screen on or off, it doesn't matter), I receive the wifi scan results about 800ms after initiating the scan, fairly consistently. At most, it takes a second and a half to receive the results. However, if I get up and start to walk around the building that I'm in, the time between initiating the scan and receiving the result begins to vary greatly. What is interesting is that I start to see a pattern where it will take about 40 seconds to receive results, then I will get three or four results two seconds apart, then it takes 40 seconds to receive the next set of results, then I get three or four results two seconds apart, etc.

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} 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));
} }
public void setprice(String price){ this.price = price;
} public void setname(String 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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