Validating xml against xsd java

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I described how to validate an object model (mapped with JAXB annotations) against an XML schema using the validation APIs. The event is represented as an instance of Validation Event, and provides many details about the issue. The 3rd event is related to the extra "phone-number" element. The 3rd event is related to the extra "phone-number" element.

In this post I'll describe how to leverage those APIs during unmarshal and marshal operations.package validation; import The data is quite similar to what is available from a SAXParse Exception. EVENT SEVERITY: 1 MESSAGE: cvc-max Length-valid: Value 'Jane Doe' with length = '8' is not facet-valid with respect to max Length '5' for type 'string With Max Size5'. SAXParse Exception: cvc-max Length-valid: Value 'Jane Doe' with length = '8' is not facet-valid with respect to max Length '5' for type 'string With Max Size5'. EVENT SEVERITY: 1 MESSAGE: cvc-max Length-valid: Value 'Jane Doe' with length = '8' is not facet-valid with respect to max Length '5' for type 'string With Max Size5'. Validating Marshal Record$Marshal SAXParse Exception: cvc-max Length-valid: Value 'Jane Doe' with length = '8' is not facet-valid with respect to max Length '5' for type 'string With Max Size5'.

SAXParse Exception: cvc-min Length-valid: Value 'Com' with length = '3' is not facet-valid with respect to min Length '4' for type '#Anon Type_section Student'. Error Handler Wrapper.create SAXParse Exception(Error Handler Wrapper.java:195) at org.apache.xerces. SAXParse Exception: cvc-min Length-valid: Value 'Com' with length = '3' is not facet-valid with respect to min Length '4' for type '#Anon Type_section Student'. Error Handler Wrapper.create SAXParse Exception(Error Handler Wrapper.java:195) Student : Student [id=1, first Name=Alan, last Name=Turing, dob=1956-10-01, section=Comp] Student : Student [id=2, first Name=Thomas, last Name=Edison, dob=1916-03-03, section=Artio] Student : Student [id=3, first Name=Linus, last Name=Torvald, dob=1958-11-04, section=Computer Science] If you like tutorials on this site, why not take a step further and connect me on Facebook , Google Plus & Twitter as well?

After creating an XSD Schema instance from the XSD schema file, we are ready to create a Validator instance from the schema instance.

This Validator instance can then be used to validate an XML file represented with the DOM interface or the SAX interface.

hello friends, I have one doubt: How to validate XML against XSD in Java? One more thing is apart from jdk 1.5 where i will get the support for package validation Thanx in Advance Shrinivas Mujumdar Originally posted by Shrinivas Mujumdar: hello friends, I have one doubt: How to validate XML against XSD in Java? One more thing is apart from jdk 1.5 where i will get the support for package validation Thanx in Advance Shrinivas Mujumdar Originally posted by Shrinivas Mujumdar: Hello Rajgopal, Which version of i am supposed to use?

& how to check wheather my parser supports schema validation as mentioned in first line of link page?

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