VERIFY ERROR

by sagar.indianic » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 20:00:55 GMT


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 Hello everyone,

I tried to use XMLTool api available on google code to parse my big
xml file.

In this process, I get the following error..Verify error

04-29 17:14:09.489: INFO/dalvikvm(273): Failed resolving Lcom/mycila/
xmltool/XMLDocDefinition; interface 128 'Ljavax/xml/namespace/
NamespaceContext;'
04-29 17:14:09.489: WARN/dalvikvm(273): Link of class 'Lcom/mycila/
xmltool/XMLDocDefinition;' failed
04-29 17:14:09.499: WARN/dalvikvm(273): VFY: unable to find class
referenced in signature (Lcom/mycila/xmltool/XMLDocDefinition;)
04-29 17:14:09.509: INFO/dalvikvm(273): Failed resolving Lcom/mycila/
xmltool/XMLDocDefinition; interface 128 'Ljavax/xml/namespace/
NamespaceContext;'
04-29 17:14:09.518: WARN/dalvikvm(273): Link of class 'Lcom/mycila/
xmltool/XMLDocDefinition;' failed
04-29 17:14:09.528: INFO/dalvikvm(273): Failed resolving Lcom/mycila/
xmltool/XMLDocDefinition; interface 128 'Ljavax/xml/namespace/
NamespaceContext;'
04-29 17:14:09.528: WARN/dalvikvm(273): Link of class 'Lcom/mycila/
xmltool/XMLDocDefinition;' failed
04-29 17:14:09.528: WARN/dalvikvm(273): VFY: unable to resolve virtual
method 395: Lcom/mycila/xmltool/XMLDocDefinition;.getRoot ()Lorg/w3c/
dom/Element;
04-29 17:14:09.528: WARN/dalvikvm(273): VFY:  rejecting opcode 0x6e at
0x0005
04-29 17:14:09.528: WARN/dalvikvm(273): VFY:  rejected Lcom/mycila/
xmltool/XMLDoc;.<init> (Lcom/mycila/xmltool/XMLDocDefinition;)V
04-29 17:14:09.551: WARN/dalvikvm(273): Verifier rejected class Lcom/
mycila/xmltool/XMLDoc;


Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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