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Index of exceptions


A
At [Pxp_core_types.S]
The string is a description where the exn happened.

C
Character_not_supported [Pxp_core_types.S]

E
Error [Pxp_core_types.S]
Other error
Error_event [Pxp_document]
The event stream contains an E_error event

I
ID_not_unique [Pxp_yacc]
ID_not_unique [Pxp_tree_parser]
Used inside Pxp_tree_parser.index to indicate that the same ID is attached to several nodes

M
Method_not_applicable [Pxp_core_types.S]
Indicates that a method has been called that is not applicable for the class.

N
Namespace_error [Pxp_core_types.S]
Violation of a namespace constraint
Namespace_method_not_applicable [Pxp_core_types.S]
Indicates that the called method is a namespace method but that the object does not support namespaces.
Namespace_not_in_scope [Pxp_core_types.S]
The namespace scope does not know the URI
Namespace_not_managed [Pxp_core_types.S]
A namespace URI is used but not declared in the namespace manager.
Namespace_prefix_not_managed [Pxp_core_types.S]
A namespace prefix is used but not declared in the namespace manager.
Not_competent [Pxp_reader]
Raised by the open_in method if the object does not know how to handle the passed external ID.
Not_competent [Pxp_core_types.S]
The resolver cannot open this kind of entity ID
Not_resolvable [Pxp_reader]
Indicates that the resolver was competent, but there was an error while resolving the external ID.
Not_resolvable [Pxp_core_types.S]
While opening the entity, the nested exception occurred

S
Skip [Pxp_document]
This exception can be used in the functions passed to map_tree, map_tree_sibl, iter_tree, and iter_tree_sibl to skip the current node, and to proceed with the next node.

U
Undeclared [Pxp_core_types.S]
Indicates that no declaration is available and because of this every kind of usage is allowed.

V
Validation_error [Pxp_core_types.S]
Violation of a validity constraint

W
WF_error [Pxp_core_types.S]
Violation of a well-formedness constraint

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