Validating xml scema
In this example we are going to validate if the package org.kodejava.example.xml; import sax.
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package provides an API for XML documents validation.
The validation process verify that an XML document is an instance of a specified XML schema file or XSD file.
Any compliant implementation must support the W3C XML Schema language, but other languages like RELAX NG or Schematron may be supported as well.
This module allows you to validate XML documents against a W3C XML Schema.
If you don't see an element or an attribute here then you definitely can't use it in a schema document.
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string normalized String token NMTOKEN Notes: the spec says NMTOKEN should only be used for attributes, but this rule is not enforced.
boolean decimal Notes: the enumeration facet is not supported on decimal or any types derived from decimal.
The constructors using more than a single argument are only relevant if you want to validate against a DTD and need to provide the location of the DTD itself - for details see the next section.
By default, Input Source is = new Input Source(new File Input Stream(my Xml Document)); Validator v = new Validator(is); XMLSchema(true); JAXP12Schema Source(new File(my Xml Schema File)); boolean is Valid = Valid(); designed for validations of snippets of XML against different schema languages.
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integer int short byte unsigned Int unsigned Short unsigned Byte positive Integer negative Integer non Positive Integer non Negative Integer date Time Notes: Although date Time correctly validates the lexical format it does not offer comparison facets (min*, max*, enumeration).