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If its included in your class it should use it - Based on what I read in the documentation.Strictly speaking the Content Handler.characters should come after an end Element and before a begin Element call at the same level.The next three lines deal with creating a Schema object – a compiled schema that can be used to validate an XML document.In this case I’m loading the schema from the classpath.W3C_XML_SCHEMA_NS_URI); Stream Source source = new Stream Source(get Class()Resource As Stream("/some/path/schema.xsd")); Schema schema = schema Schema(source); SAXParser Factory factory = SAXParser Instance(); Namespace Aware(true); //Validating(true); Schema(schema); SAXParser sax Parser = SAXParser(); sax Parser.parse(new File( "somefile.xml", handler); The (probably badly formatted) code above shows you how to create a validating SAX parser.The first line creates a new content handler which I’ll come to in a moment.
Other options - Create a pre process filter toremove the white space ahead of time.
You are currently viewing the XML section of the Wrox Programmer to Programmer discussions. SAXParser; public class SAX extends Default Handler ------------ quote: Originally posted by vijay3000 Hi all, I am trying to validating xml against xml schema using validating sax parser with jaxp.
This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. Hi all, I am trying to validating xml against xml schema using validating sax parser with jaxp. my code compling and running sucessfully but it not validating against xml schema what was the problem with this code?
If you were using a DOM parser, this would be reported as a Text node. If I tied a DTD and validated the xml I would receive a notification of white space?
See The SAX parser is obligated to pass those characters through to your Content Handler. I understand that it needs to report all chars received, this is fine and I can handle this.
By default, all character content (even ignorable whitespace) is considered significant.