Validating xml file with xsd
In order to allow independent testing on either side, we provided a little test kit that allows testing our system without having to set up a servlet engine.
Basically it just takes a file, reads it into a String and hands that to the handler. This is necessary to find out which type of request we were send (the address is the same for all of them). Document Builder Impl.parse(Unknown Source) I had a look at the source of the XML input and first suspected a superfluous CR-LF after the closing element of the root tag.
The target is embedded software so it is a DOM like API but with a very low footprint as it only indexes the XML content inside the file instead of loading it all.
API supports XML parsing of file or buffers, navigation inside the tree, a large subset of xpath is handled, tree can be created/modified in RAM and then commited (serialized) to a file or buffer.
Then you'll see how other objects, including the Xml Node and Xml Document objects, provide a more structured view of an XML file.
I'll work with a very simple XML file named that represents three books a computer bookstore might stock. Add(str Node) End While End If End If Loop ' Clean up xtr.
Everything they send us needs to conform to its corresponding schema, each reply we send gets validated against a different set.Today I had to look at a piece of code a colleague had written, using my XPath Accessor class.