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by Deepak Vohra 09/15/2004 An XML schema defines the structure of the elements and attributes in an XML document.
For an XML document to be valid based on an XML schema, the XML document has to be validated against the XML schema.
This tutorial explains the procedure of validating an XML document with an XML schema.
To validate an XML document with the Xerces2-j parser, the Xerces2-j classes need to be in the classpath.
(Even a DTD qualifies as a "schema", although it is the only one that does not use XML syntax to describe schema constraints.) However, "XML Schema" presents us with a terminology challenge.
While the phrase "XML Schema schema" would be precise, we'll use the phrase "XML Schema definition" to avoid the appearance of redundancy.
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.
It contains a reference to an XSD file, which you will also need to copy from below or download and enter into the webpage (in a second step, when you are prompted for it) to see the validation results.Add Attribute( " Language", " Attribute( " Source", Schema Url);, using the JAXP parser.For an XML document to be based on an XML schema, the XML document is required to be validated with the schema.The Xerces2-j parser may be obtained from the Xerces2-j page.Extract the Xerces-J-bin.2.5.0(for Windows) or Xerces-J-bin.2.5.0gz (for Unix) files to the installation directory of your choice.