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Succeeded in using xerces1.1.1 to validate against a schema?

  • From: Roger Costello <costello@m...>
  • To: xml-dev@x...
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 17:17:54 -0400

domparser schema
Hi Folks,

Has anyone been successful in using Xerces-1.1.1 (Java) to validate an
XML document against an XML Schema (xsd file)?  I have tried:

java dom.DOMCount personal-schema.xml

as well as: 

java dom.DOMParser personal-schema.xml

where personal-schema.xml is the sample XML document that comes with the
download.  I was successful with neither.

There seems to be numerous parsers provided with xerces - DOMCount,
SAXCount, DOMParser, SAXParser.  Which one(s) are to be used for
validating an XML document against an XML Schema?  My experience is that
DOMCount seems to be only for validating an XML document against a DTD.

Any help would be appreciated.  /Roger

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