Java xml validating reader
This is the reason why (most of the) XML parser implementations do not support XML Namespaces by default, to handle the validation of XML documents with namespaces correctly it is therefore necessary to configure the underlying parsers to provide support for XML Namespaces.
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Thus, applications that handle XML documents can assume that the data matches the definition.
By using the XDK, you can write an application that includes a validating XML parser, that is, a program that parses and validates XML documents against a DTD.
You can declare a DTD in an XML document itself or in a separate file from the XML document.
Follow the steps in this section to write programs that use the class to specify the schema to use for validation: the schema is not specified in the instance document as in implicit validation.
Configure Java APIs (SAX, DOM, dom4j, XOM) using JAXP 1.3 to validate XML Documents with DTD and Schema(s).
Many Java XML APIs provide mechanisms to validate XML documents, the JAXP API can be used for most of these XML APIs but subtle configuration differences exists.
The input document contains an extra attribute which has not been defined in the XML Schema, this shows that the XML Schema has been used for the validation.
When using this XML Schema to validate the input XML document, the following error gets reported: ) as defined below has been used in the code examples to validate the input document.