W3C_XML_SCHEMA_NS_URI); // load a WXS schema, represented by a Schema instance Source schema File = new Stream Source(new File("my Schema.xsd")); Schema schema = Schema(schema File); // create a Validator instance, which can be used to validate an instance document Validator validator = Validator(); // validate the DOM tree try catch (SAXException e) Working this way, a SAXException would be thrown at the first error in the xml-file and stops then the validation. How do I recognize an error in the class that invokes the validate-method of my validator? is probably a network location, so it'll go out and hit the network with each and every validation, not always optimal. Visual Studio, when I open the file, validates it against the schema and lists errors perfectly. I expect to fail validation against DCL.xsd, but the validation is OK, not fail. I expect to fail validation against DCL.xsd, but the validation is OK, not fail. W3C_XML_SCHEMA_NS_URI); try catch (SAXException e) catch (IOException e) but you could just as easily validate against a local file. Source xml File = new Stream Source(new File("web.xml")); Schema Factory schema Factory = Schema Factory Instance(XMLConstants.Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at [email protected] A JAXP implementation could legally use a DOM parser in this case, but there is no reason to. Set Error Handler() as in the example in this SO question stackoverflow.com/questions/4864681/…?
To validate the XML in the DOM, you can validate the XML as it is loaded into the DOM by passing a schema-validating Xml Reader to the Load method of the Xml Document class, or validate a previously unvalidated XML document in the DOM using the Validate method of the Xml Document class.
For example, an element with a missing end tag is simply assumed to end at the end of the document.
As you make updates to a file, the editor incrementally reinterprets your document, changing the highlighting, tree view, and so on.
In this page you can check the validity of your XML Schema (XSD) file. The library used in this page is jaxp, Java API for XML Processing, version 1.4, from Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_06-b24).
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