XML:: Xerces is faithful to the XML 1.0 recommendation and associated standards (DOM levels 1, 2, and 3, SAX 1 and 2, Namespaces, and W3C XML Schema).The parser provides high performance, modularity, and scalability, and provides full support for Unicode.Since Unicode support wasn't added to Perl until 5.6.0, you will need to upgrade in order to use this and future versions of XML:: Xerces.
I have specific reason not to include the DTD in the XML file.
Is it not possible to link the DTD to the XML programatically?
Including the DTD in the XML and opening it up with an XML editor was for debugging purposes, usually such an editor will give you more meaningful error messages.
Paste the XML & the DTD files into or similar and put the links here.
They only support validation if the schema file is specified in the XML document with the attributes are quite useless as the location specification mechanism.
The schemas that the application is going to use in 99.9% of cases are bundled with the application itself.In this post I am going to show how can we validate a XML against its schema using Xerces-C .To demonstrate the schema validation I am going to use the example schema and XML from W3 Schools. Lets jump into the code The classes WStr and Parser Error Handler are helper classes.One of the recurring questions on the Xerces-C mailing lists is this: given an XML document and a schema as two files, how to validate one against the other.The examples that come with Xerces-C are of no help.Otherwise what use is it to know that the XML the application is about to process is valid with regards to some schema?