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Posted: Fri Dec 12, 2008 1:56 am Post subject: XML Parse in COBOL
I have experienced an issue with "encoding" in general using XML PARSE in Cobol program. I don't know why I have been got XML-CODE=70. When I remove the "encoding" I got -1 in XML-CODE. Does anyone knows what can be this problem ?
The actual document encoding was EBCDIC, and the CODEPAGE compiler option specified a supported EBCDIC code page, but the document encoding declaration did not specify a supported EBCDIC code page.
-1 in XML-CODE
When the parser returns control to your XML PARSE statement, special register XML-CODE contains the most recent value that was set by the parser (or by your processing procedure, if it sets XML-CODE to -1). For each event except the EXCEPTION event, the value of XML-CODE is zero. If your processing procedure sets XML-CODE to -1 before returning control to the parser for an event other than EXCEPTION, processing stops with a user-initiated COBOL exception condition. For the EXCEPTION event, special register XML-CODE contains the exception code.
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