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Validating an xml document against a schema

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This will also empty the cache. Most of the time you will first assign the schemas and then start the validation by pushing button. However, this will have no effect because of the active caching. You could solve that by: If you have done a lot of manually schemamappins, then you might want to refresh only the particular schema you changed. Please pay special attention to the method of using the file tree for assigning schemas. In fact we do not want to edit anything but are only using this function to force a refresh of the schema. If the location of the schemas are not or incorrectly hinted in the xml document, you can manually give them. Sometimes you may want to change a schema and see the effect in the validation. If you have not choosen the type of validation DTD or xsd then you will be prompted to choose it. All the schemas will autmatically be remapped because they are explicitly mentioned in the XML document. Please keep in mind that if you have used a relative path, as in the example above, then the location is relative to the location of the xml file. You turn on the validation by pressing the green validation button on the toolbar. Resolving the location of schemas When the xml is validated, the parser asks for the schema which is associated with the parsed element or attribute. So just click OK to close the window. If the parser meets an element with the namespace http: The schemaLocation attribute contains a list of pairs that associate namespaces with schemas.

Validating an xml document against a schema


If you have not manullay mapped schemas, then the easiest way is to just throw away all mappings. If you have done a lot of manually schemamappins, then you might want to refresh only the particular schema you changed. If you have not choosen the type of validation DTD or xsd then you will be prompted to choose it. This is done by a schemaLocation attribute. Refreshing a changed schema All schemas that are used in the validation are cached im memory. In fact this method of mapping schemas is very similar to using XML catalogs, but it is more dynamic and specific to the particular XML instance that you are validating. You could solve that by: An extra row with the "mapped by" set to "User pooled " will be present. If the parser asks for a schema that is not "hinted" in the XML or if schema can not be loaded from the hinted location, then XMLSpear will come with a popup that asks you to locate the schema. You turn on the validation by pressing the green validation button on the toolbar. So just click OK to close the window. If the parser meets an element with the namespace http: Please pay special attention to the method of using the file tree for assigning schemas. This will also empty the cache. Locate the schema you want to use in the file tree. Most of the time you will first assign the schemas and then start the validation by pushing button. Resolving the location of schemas When the xml is validated, the parser asks for the schema which is associated with the parsed element or attribute. These extra schema mappings called pooled mappings will overrule a mapping from the schemaLocation or noNamespaceSchemaLocation attribute. There are several way to force the use of the changed schema. If the element belongs to a namespace, then the schema that is bound to that namespace is used. The schemaLocation attribute contains a list of pairs that associate namespaces with schemas. But in many situations the xml is transferred from one to another place, and the schemalocation still points to a location that is not valid in the target environment. If the validation is active, then the source will immedatialy be revalidated causing all schemas to be remapped and reloaded. Every change that you make in the document will now immediately be checked against the schema. We use almost the same method as above but instead of pressing the trash icon:

Validating an xml document against a schema


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