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Parameters filename Path to the XML file Note: Libxml 2 unescapes the URI, so if you want to pass e.g. B&c as the URI parameter a, you have to call simplexml_load_file(rawurlencode('. Since PHP 5.1.0 you don't need to do this because PHP will do it for you. Class_name You may use this optional parameter so that simplexml_load_file() will return an object of the specified class.
That class should extend the class. Options Since PHP 5.1.0 and Libxml 2.6. Nissin Di622 Firmware Update For Canon on this page. 0, you may also use the options parameter to specify. Ns Namespace prefix or URI. Is_prefix TRUE if ns is a prefix, FALSE if it's a URI; defaults to FALSE. // Be carefull if you migrate or use local machine // for test/development.
// Windows directory separators: ' ' and '/' // You may mix separators 'C: somedir www/img/bg.jpg'. // Mixed separators path work fine in other functions // But simplexml_load_file() failed with mixed separators. Download Efek Canon 600d. // Examples: include('C: dir my.php'); // work (windows) include('C: dir/my.php'); // work (windows) with mixed include('C:/dir/my.php'); // work (windows, linux) simplexml_load_file('C: dir my.php'); // work simplexml_load_file('C: dir/my.php'); // failed with mixed simplexml_load_file('C:/dir/my.php'); // work. If you have some nodes which are having special characters, it would not load properly for an instance see the nodes below 1538-7445 Sep 1 2012 12:00:00:000AM either you have to change the: to other special characters like '-' in order to convert it properly Correct Node 1538-7445 Sep 1 2012 12:00:00:000AM I have wasted my precious time while debugging this. Please aware about this.? Occasionally you may try to load a file and have it complain about an entity and throw a parser error. If this is the case, check to make sure that the file in question does not contain an ampersand (&) without a corresponding entity reference.
If it does, or if you want to err on the side of caution, then instead of using simplexml_load_file, try this: $file = file_get_contents('stuff.xml'); $temp = preg_replace('/&(?!(quot amp pos lt gt);)/', '&', $file); $xml = simplexml_load_string($temp) or die('xml not loading'); Read the file into a string, add 'amp;' after any '&' that is not part of a character entity, then parse the string as xml. Micro$oft Word uses non-standard characters and they create problems in using simplexml_load_file. Many systems include non-standard Word character in their implementation of ISO-8859-1. So an XML document containing that characters can appear well-formed (i.e.) to many browsers. But if you try to load this kind of documents with simplexml_load_file you'll have a little bunch of troubles. I believe that this is exactly the same question discussed in htmlentites. Following notes to htmlentitles are interesting here too (given in the reverse order, to grant the history).