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RE: validating against the standard W3C

validating w3c listing
Title: RE: validating against the standard W3C

this answers say that to validate against the normative schema,
you have to write it in your schema (namespace declaration)

but how can you then validate this schema? Just by parsing=>gives parse exceptions but we want validation excpetions and more explanation about the possible error...

and we want to validate making use of a java api...
any idea how to do this?

I checked the deja-vu archive but couldn't find an answer to this question...


-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Rafter [mailto:jeffrafter@d...]
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 8:41 PM
To: xml-dev@l...
Subject: Re: validating against the standard W3C

> Another resource is the Deja-vu archive of the XMLSchema-dev mailing list,
> again doing keyword searches. There's a number of Rec mavens on that list
> who've answered almost every question at least once.

Yeah, Eddie Robertson and Henry Thompson answered this one [1]-- I couldn't
say it better:


Jeff Rafter
Defined Systems
XML Development and Developer Web Hosting

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