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org/w3c/dom/ls/LSParserFilter.java

/*
 * Copyright (c) 2004 World Wide Web Consortium,
 *
 * (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, European Research Consortium for
 * Informatics and Mathematics, Keio University). All Rights Reserved. This
 * work is distributed under the W3C(r) Software License [1] in the hope that
 * it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied
 * warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
 *
 * [1] http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Legal/2002/copyright-software-20021231
 */

package org.w3c.dom.ls;

import org.w3c.dom.Node;
import org.w3c.dom.Element;

/**
 *  <code>LSParserFilter</code>s provide applications the ability to examine 
 * nodes as they are being constructed while parsing. As each node is 
 * examined, it may be modified or removed, or the entire parse may be 
 * terminated early. 
 * <p> At the time any of the filter methods are called by the parser, the 
 * owner Document and DOMImplementation objects exist and are accessible. 
 * The document element is never passed to the <code>LSParserFilter</code> 
 * methods, i.e. it is not possible to filter out the document element. 
 * <code>Document</code>, <code>DocumentType</code>, <code>Notation</code>, 
 * <code>Entity</code>, and <code>Attr</code> nodes are never passed to the 
 * <code>acceptNode</code> method on the filter. The child nodes of an 
 * <code>EntityReference</code> node are passed to the filter if the 
 * parameter "<a href='http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-3-Core/core.html#parameter-entities'>
 * entities</a>" is set to <code>false</code>. Note that, as described by the parameter "<a href='http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-3-Core/core.html#parameter-entities'>
 * entities</a>", unexpanded entity reference nodes are never discarded and are always 
 * passed to the filter. 
 * <p> All validity checking while parsing a document occurs on the source 
 * document as it appears on the input stream, not on the DOM document as it 
 * is built in memory. With filters, the document in memory may be a subset 
 * of the document on the stream, and its validity may have been affected by 
 * the filtering. 
 * <p> All default attributes must be present on elements when the elements 
 * are passed to the filter methods. All other default content must be 
 * passed to the filter methods. 
 * <p> DOM applications must not raise exceptions in a filter. The effect of 
 * throwing exceptions from a filter is DOM implementation dependent. 
 * <p>See also the <a href='http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-DOM-Level-3-LS-20040407'>Document Object Model (DOM) Level 3 Load
and Save Specification</a>.
 */
public interface LSParserFilter {
    // Constants returned by startElement and acceptNode
    /**
     * Accept the node.
     */
    public static final short FILTER_ACCEPT             = 1;
    /**
     * Reject the node and its children.
     */
    public static final short FILTER_REJECT             = 2;
    /**
     * Skip this single node. The children of this node will still be 
     * considered. 
     */
    public static final short FILTER_SKIP               = 3;
    /**
     *  Interrupt the normal processing of the document. 
     */
    public static final short FILTER_INTERRUPT          = 4;

    /**
     *  The parser will call this method after each <code>Element</code> start 
     * tag has been scanned, but before the remainder of the 
     * <code>Element</code> is processed. The intent is to allow the 
     * element, including any children, to be efficiently skipped. Note that 
     * only element nodes are passed to the <code>startElement</code> 
     * function. 
     * <br>The element node passed to <code>startElement</code> for filtering 
     * will include all of the Element's attributes, but none of the 
     * children nodes. The Element may not yet be in place in the document 
     * being constructed (it may not have a parent node.) 
     * <br>A <code>startElement</code> filter function may access or change 
     * the attributes for the Element. Changing Namespace declarations will 
     * have no effect on namespace resolution by the parser.
     * <br>For efficiency, the Element node passed to the filter may not be 
     * the same one as is actually placed in the tree if the node is 
     * accepted. And the actual node (node object identity) may be reused 
     * during the process of reading in and filtering a document.
     * @param elementArg The newly encountered element. At the time this 
     *   method is called, the element is incomplete - it will have its 
     *   attributes, but no children. 
     * @return 
     * <ul>
     * <li> <code>FILTER_ACCEPT</code> if the <code>Element</code> should 
     *   be included in the DOM document being built. 
     * </li>
     * <li> 
     *   <code>FILTER_REJECT</code> if the <code>Element</code> and all of 
     *   its children should be rejected. 
     * </li>
     * <li> <code>FILTER_SKIP</code> if the 
     *   <code>Element</code> should be skipped. All of its children are 
     *   inserted in place of the skipped <code>Element</code> node. 
     * </li>
     * <li> 
     *   <code>FILTER_INTERRUPT</code> if the filter wants to stop the 
     *   processing of the document. Interrupting the processing of the 
     *   document does no longer guarantee that the resulting DOM tree is 
     *   XML well-formed. The <code>Element</code> is rejected. 
     * </li>
     * </ul> Returning 
     *   any other values will result in unspecified behavior. 
     */
    public short startElement(Element elementArg);

    /**
     * This method will be called by the parser at the completion of the 
     * parsing of each node. The node and all of its descendants will exist 
     * and be complete. The parent node will also exist, although it may be 
     * incomplete, i.e. it may have additional children that have not yet 
     * been parsed. Attribute nodes are never passed to this function.
     * <br>From within this method, the new node may be freely modified - 
     * children may be added or removed, text nodes modified, etc. The state 
     * of the rest of the document outside this node is not defined, and the 
     * affect of any attempt to navigate to, or to modify any other part of 
     * the document is undefined. 
     * <br>For validating parsers, the checks are made on the original 
     * document, before any modification by the filter. No validity checks 
     * are made on any document modifications made by the filter.
     * <br>If this new node is rejected, the parser might reuse the new node 
     * and any of its descendants.
     * @param nodeArg The newly constructed element. At the time this method 
     *   is called, the element is complete - it has all of its children 
     *   (and their children, recursively) and attributes, and is attached 
     *   as a child to its parent. 
     * @return 
     * <ul>
     * <li> <code>FILTER_ACCEPT</code> if this <code>Node</code> should 
     *   be included in the DOM document being built. 
     * </li>
     * <li> 
     *   <code>FILTER_REJECT</code> if the <code>Node</code> and all of its 
     *   children should be rejected. 
     * </li>
     * <li> <code>FILTER_SKIP</code> if the 
     *   <code>Node</code> should be skipped and the <code>Node</code> 
     *   should be replaced by all the children of the <code>Node</code>. 
     * </li>
     * <li> 
     *   <code>FILTER_INTERRUPT</code> if the filter wants to stop the 
     *   processing of the document. Interrupting the processing of the 
     *   document does no longer guarantee that the resulting DOM tree is 
     *   XML well-formed. The <code>Node</code> is accepted and will be the 
     *   last completely parsed node. 
     * </li>
     * </ul>
     */
    public short acceptNode(Node nodeArg);

    /**
     *  Tells the <code>LSParser</code> what types of nodes to show to the 
     * method <code>LSParserFilter.acceptNode</code>. If a node is not shown 
     * to the filter using this attribute, it is automatically included in 
     * the DOM document being built. See <code>NodeFilter</code> for 
     * definition of the constants. The constants <code>SHOW_ATTRIBUTE</code>
     * , <code>SHOW_DOCUMENT</code>, <code>SHOW_DOCUMENT_TYPE</code>, 
     * <code>SHOW_NOTATION</code>, <code>SHOW_ENTITY</code>, and 
     * <code>SHOW_DOCUMENT_FRAGMENT</code> are meaningless here. Those nodes 
     * will never be passed to <code>LSParserFilter.acceptNode</code>. 
     * <br> The constants used here are defined in [<a href='http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/REC-DOM-Level-2-Traversal-Range-20001113'>DOM Level 2 Traversal and      Range</a>]
     * . 
     */
    public int getWhatToShow();

}

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