Validation Event Handler, Address Of Validation Call Back 'This is WHERE the validation occurs.. I really need to read this xml book I have I can live with it for now. NET - upload an xml file and validate with a xsd on the web server. Really just looking for the right way to specify a xsd in a xml so it can validate on the client's end and the server end. So I'm adding my schema to a schema collection once it gets uploaded on the web site.
WHEN the XML Document READS through the validating reader Try obj Working XML. To String) Finally 'Close the stream obj Validate XML. Write("THE DOCUMENT IS VALID") Thanks I actually had an event handler in there before, but would only see the one error at a time also, and then once the handler was done I couldnt get it to return to the main function. I switched to the Try Catch method because atleast then I could continue after the error. Xml Validating Reader Dim obj Schemas Coll As New System. The only problem I see with this code is that if an xml tag is not well-formed (ex it throws an exception that crashes the program...have to work on catching that error too, or doing a well-formed xml check before the schema check.....slowly but surely private sub test() Dim obj Working XML As New System.
Xml Text Reader(MYXMLSTREAM)) 'This is WHERE the validation occurs.. In MSDN, their example has a validation event for the schema collection, and not the validating reader. I haven't extensively tested this yet, but it seems to be working now. I think I'm pretty convinced I'm missing something basic with the naming, namespaces, web site name and the like, but just can't get it.
The downside of DOM, of course, is that it's all in memory, and the DOM implementation adds quite a bit to the memory footprint of the data.
Let's dive right into code: "); Document Builder Factory dbf = Document Builder Instance(); Document Builder db = Document Builder(); Document dom = db.parse(new Input Source(xml)); println("root element name = " Document Element()Node Name()); And that's all you need to parse a simple XML string.
However, chances are good that you're not parsing simple literal strings, so read on …
The DOM API is filled with design patterns, especially creational patterns: package consists solely of interfaces), which can let a misbehaved program wreak havoc in a shared environment such as an app-server.
Load(obj Validate XML) 'Close the stream obj Validate XML. Write("THE DOCUMENT IS VALID") Private Sub Validation Call Back(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. Mike Thanks, I put my reader in a try catch statement and now it seems to handle the well formed problem as well, one last simple stupid question. I searched a bunch too, and could not find anything that helped.
WHEN the XML Document READS throughthe validating reader obj Working XML. Thanks for posting your code in your original post, that's what pointed me in the right direction. So coenen, have you tried specifying the schema stuff as attributes in the xml? It works, but it's not that cool, because the page does not have all the references it should.
The XML specification requires that an XML document either have a prologue that specifies its encoding, or be encoded in UTF-8 or UTF-16.