Xerces

Xerces is an open source, high performance XML parser component developed by the Apache XML Project, widely used by the XML development community. Xerces implements a fully conforming XML Schema processor, and also provides a complete implementation of the Document Object Model Level 3 Core and is able to parse XML documents written according to the XML 1.1 Recommendation. Stylus Studio is the only XML IDE to provide seamless integration with the Apache Xerces processor. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use the Xerces XML processor to parse and validate XML documents in Stylus Studio.

Xerces-J Support

Getting started with Xerces-J is easy — just download Stylus Studio and you'll get the latest version automatically bundled with the download. Once you've installed and launched the program, no additional configuration is required, just create a new XML file (as illustrated in the following screenshot) or open an existing XML document, then associate it with an XML Schema by selecting "XML" -> "Associate XML with Schema", and that's it! You're ready to start parsing and validating XML using Xerces-J.

Using Xalan in Stylus Studio

Using Xerces 2.5.1 (Xerces2)

To invoke the Xerces XML schema validator, just select the Validate XML button from the XML editor tool bar (the green check-mark, illustrated below). When you click on the validate button, a list of available validating XML parsers will appear on a list. Scroll down and select the Xerces-J 2.5.1 button — Stylus Studio will invoke the Xerces processor to perform the desired XML parsing and validation operations.

Invoking the Xerces 2.51 XML Parser

Xerces XML Schema Valiation

Stylus Stuido's integration with Xerces is far superior then other tools which merely provide the ability to invoke a batch file which kick off an external validation engine process — our integration is seamless, providing you with the ability to visually troubleshoot various Xerces XML schema validation errors. For example, error messages and warnings reported by Xerces are displayed in Stylus Studio's output window, along with a detailed description. When you click on a parsing error in the output window, Stylus Studio highlights the line of code in your XML file that caused the problem.

Validating XML Documents with Xerces Java 2

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