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Python 3.6 - BeautifulSoup4, parse table AttributeError: ResultSet object has no attribute 'findAll'


Python 3.6 - BeautifulSoup4, parse table AttributeError: ResultSet object has no attribute 'findAll'

By : Rawta ram Beniwal
Date : November 23 2020, 03:01 PM
wish helps you html_soup.findAll('table', attrs={"class":"wikitable"}) will return a list of all tables with a class value of wikitable. You can't call .findAll on such a list.
The data resides in a table that has multiple class attributes:
code :
class="wikitable plainrowheaders sortable"
html_soup.find('table', {'class': 'wikitable plainrowheaders sortable'})
table_rows_header = html_soup.findAll('th')
table_rows = html_soup.findAll('td')
table_rows_header = rows.findAll('th')
table_rows = rows.findAll('td')


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Troubleshooting AttributeError: 'ResultSet' object has no attribute 'findAll'

Troubleshooting AttributeError: 'ResultSet' object has no attribute 'findAll'


By : user3002551
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you link is a collection of Tag objects, which you need to iterate over. For example:
code :
for anchor in link:
    print anchor['title']
Python - AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'findAll'

Python - AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'findAll'


By : abiero
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help You are ignoring any errors that could occur in urllib2.urlopen, if for some reason you are getting an error trying to get that page on your server, which you don't get testing locally you are effectively passing in an empty string ('') or a page you don't expect (such as a 404 page) to BeautifulSoup.
Which in turn makes your soup.find('table', id="datatable_main") return None since the document is something you don't expect.
AttributeError: 'Resultset' object has no attribute ' findAll

AttributeError: 'Resultset' object has no attribute ' findAll


By : Miguel Penín
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I am trying to write some code that will scrape financial data from the internet and then present it as a table in table. The problem I am having is that I keep returning an error that says- AttributeError: 'ResultSet' object has no attribute 'findAll' I have no idea why it keeps returning this, I have tried many things to get rid of the error but it just keeps coming back. I was hoping some on here would be able to shed some light on the situation. My code is as follows: , In this section of your code:
code :
data = map(parse_string, rows.findAll('td'))
if len(data)>1:
data = []
for row in right_table:
    tablecells = row.findAll('td')
    for cell in tablecells:
        data.append(row.get_text().strip())
BeautifulSoup AttributeError: ResultSet object has no attribute 'findAll'

BeautifulSoup AttributeError: ResultSet object has no attribute 'findAll'


By : Juvy Comendador
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps I'm not completely sure about the error, but here is a one liner that I used a ways back to strip a page for hrefs. I used a list instead of a dictionary though. I adjusted it a bit to fit your code. Hope this helps!
code :
soup = BeautifulSoup(page, 'html.parser')
players = soup.find('ol', attrs={'class': 'player-profiles-list'})
links = [a['href'] for a in players.find_all('a', href=True) if a.text.strip()]  
AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'findAll' - Python

AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'findAll' - Python


By : flaschenholz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. The problem here is that soup.find is returning None. The class of None is NoneType, and NoneType doesn't have find_all or anything similar.
soup.find is returning None because there's no table in the document that matches what you've asked for. In fact, I've looked at it and there are no HTML tables at all. It looks like there's a table, because there's an HTML comment that contains HTML table markup, but comments are treated as opaque by any reasonable parser.
code :
comments = soup.find_all(string=lambda text:isinstance(text,bs.Comment))
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