Features and properties can be read-only, write-only (rare), or read-write.If you attempt to change a read-only feature or property, a However, different parsers also support non-standard, custom features.By now, you have done a lot of experimenting with the nonvalidating parser.It's time to have a look at the validating parser to find out what happens when you use it to parse the sample presentation.(Even a DTD qualifies as a "schema," although it is the only one that does not use XML syntax to describe schema constraints.) However, "XML Schema" presents us with a terminology challenge.
public class EDITExtract Schema ======= would appreciate your help. You should be able to get any number of warnings or errors, but I think you're out of luck when you get a fatal Error(). No, the progem goes to error() only, and only once.I'm having two problems with line numbers and error reporting: 1) I'm using xml Schema SAXPlug() to validate against a schema when I parse.When my xml Structured Error callback is called with a validation error, the the line and int2 (which is supposed to be a column?objects, are configured by setting features and properties. This allows just a handful of standard methods to support an arbitrary number of standard and non-standard features and properties of various types. Both features and properties are named by absolute URIs.) are always zero, regardless of where the error is in the input.