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package org.kuali.rice.ken.util;
Resource resolver for SchemaFactory. For now used during validation of NotificationRequest content element. Looks up XSD in NotificationContentType record.

Kuali Rice Team (
public class ContentTypeLSResourceResolver extends ContentTypeResourceResolver implements LSResourceResolver {
Constructs a

    public ContentTypeLSResourceResolver(NotificationContentTypeService notificationContentTypeService) {

    public LSInput resolveResource(String typeString namespaceURIString publicIdString systemIdString baseURI) {
        if (!type.equals(.)) {
            return null;
        if (!systemId.startsWith()) {
            .warn("Cannot resolve non-ContentType resources");
            return null;
        NotificationContentTypeBo notificationContentType = resolveContentType(systemId);
        if (notificationContentType == null) {
	    .error("Unable to resolve system id '" + systemId + "' locally...delegating to default resolution strategy.");
	    return null;
        Reader reader = new StringReader(notificationContentType.getXsd());
        try {
            DocumentBuilderFactory factory = DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance();
            DocumentBuilder builder = factory.newDocumentBuilder();
            DOMImplementation domImpl = builder.getDOMImplementation();
            DOMImplementationLS dils = (DOMImplementationLSdomImpl;
            LSInput input = dils.createLSInput();
            return input;
        } catch (Exception e) {
            throw new RuntimeException(e);
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