[GRASS-dev] Re: SQL inequality and GXW files
jtostrowski at comcast.net
Sun Mar 15 23:13:08 EDT 2009
The "ampersand-lt-semicolon" got changed to "<" at the nabble site.
Just to make sure the post makes sense I've changed the previous
post. See below... Joe
> Subject: SQL inequality and GXW files
> I'm using 6.4.0RC3 on OSX 10.4.11 (Kyngesburye release) using the
> WxPython GUI. I set up a where clause for a vector display
> (ATTR<>'ABC'), which works fine. I then save the workspace as
> "test.gxw". No problem there.
> When I try to open the test.gxw workspace file I get the error
> Reading workspace file <..../test.gxw>
> failed. Invalid file, unable to parse XML document.
> <unknown>:17:35: not well-formed (invalid token)
> I open up the file using emacs and it immediately flags the "<" in
> the "<>" field:
> <parameter name="where">
> since it believes the "<" is opening a markup tag.
> I edit the file to change "<>" to "ampersand-lt-semicolon ampersand-
> gt-semicolon" and try to open the workspace file again. This time
> the workspace gets loaded just fine. Tried to save with the SQL
> "cat<10". File saves OK but I get the same error when trying to
> open that gxw file. I change the "<10" to "ampersand-lt-semicolon
> 10" and the file opens and the vector displays no problem.
> I guess the GXW save facility needs to check for the "<" symbol and
> replace it with "ampersand-lt-semicolon"
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