gnu.xml.dom.DomEx: The operation violates XML Namespaces. More Information: xmlns is reserved Node Name: #document

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via logging-log4j-user by John St. Ledger, 1 year ago
The operation violates XML Namespaces. More Information: xmlns is reserved Node Name: #document
via logging-log4j-user by John St. Ledger, 1 year ago
The operation violates XML Namespaces. More Information: xmlns is reserved Node Name: #document
via logging-log4j-user by John St. Ledger, 1 year ago
The operation violates XML Namespaces. More Information: xmlns is reserved Node Name: #document
via logging-log4j-user by John St. Ledger, 1 year ago
The operation violates XML Namespaces. More Information: xmlns is reserved Node Name: #document
via logging-log4j-user by Curt Arnold, 1 year ago
The operation violates XML Namespaces. More Information: xmlns is reserved Node Name: #document
via logging-log4j-user by Curt Arnold, 1 year ago
The operation violates XML Namespaces. More Information: xmlns is reserved Node Name: #document
gnu.xml.dom.DomEx: The operation violates XML Namespaces. More Information: xmlns is reserved Node Name: #document
at gnu.xml.dom.DomDocument.createAttributeNS(DomDocument.java:589)
at gnu.xml.dom.DomDocument.createAttribute(DomDocument.java:561)
at gnu.xml.dom.DomDocument.defaultAttributes(DomDocument.java:456)
at gnu.xml.dom.DomDocument.createElementNS(DomDocument.java:440)

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