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Title: validating against the standard W3C


at this moment, we are using MSV from Sun to validate our schema's and it works well, good and quick...
while working with our own schema's.

we want to validate our schema's against the standard W3C schema but by implementing this, we get errors...
Has anyone an idea of how we should use this standard, should we download the files and then use them (if so where can we find them -> the correct ones)

when pointing directly to the url, it can't validate www.w3.org...
when downloading  the file, it can't find the anySimpleType...

Source Code
VerifierFactory factory = new com.sun.msv.verifier.jarv.TheFactoryImpl();
Schema schema = factory.compileSchema("http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema.xsd");
Verifier verifier = schema.newVerifier();
Verifier verifier = factory.newVerifier("d:/schema/XMLSchema.xsd");

Has anyone an idea about how we should validate our xml files against this standard??

thanks for helping, bart


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