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Re: Improvements to SOAP warnings and fatal errors

From: Brian Wilson <bloo@blooberry.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2007 23:14:52 -0700 (PDT)
To: www-validator@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.4.58.0708292301410.28970@eskimo.com>

(I was on vacation for awhile...my apologies for dropping out on this
issue for awhile).

On Wed, 1 Aug 2007, olivier Thereaux wrote:

  [comments on helpful fixes for warnings in SOAP trimmed for space]

The fixes are exactly what I was hoping for, thanks!

> > I'm not sure (without some extensive digging) where the fatal error
> > output
> > is defined, but perhaps something similar could be done for those
> > as well.
> > I'm currently doing string matches against the <env:Reason>/<env:Text>
> > content when a <env:Fault>/m:exception is encountered, and that
> > solution
> > doesn't seem very elegant.
> Indeed. Not sure what you mean by "where it is defined" - if you mean
> where, in the code, the fatal error output is triggered, the triggers
> are scattered through the validator code. But each fatal error has an
> id, too, (such as fatal_referer_error, fatal_no_content?) and we
> could be using that as well. Would it make your life easier?

Yes, I think it would help. Especially if they are scattered around the
code, someone intimate with the code would be the best one to make the necessary
changes. I'd like to store a very short unique identifier for every error
class reported and that would go for fatal errors too. I could intercept
those messages and create my own codes, but it would be easier (and maybe
for others) if they were already there.


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