To apply a smart fix, either (i) double-click it, or (ii) select it and click either the The Messages window has nine tabs.The validation result is always displayed in the active tab.You should not validate your XML Schema documents against any of these schemas.The referenced DTD files are included solely to provide XMLSpy with entry helper info for editing purposes should you wish to create documents according to these older recommendations.A Validation Event Handler is added to the Xml Reader Settings object to handle any Warning or Error events raised by errors found during the validation process of both the XML document and the schema. For more information, see the Validate method documentation. An error message shows each possible cause of that error separately. The description contains links to the relevant definition in the associated schema document.For example, in the screenshot above, four possible causes of the validation error are reported; the first one is expanded, the other three are collapsed. You can quickly go to the specific schema definition to see why exactly the document is invalid.
To validate a second document, switch to Tab-2 (or Tab-3 if you like) before running the check.
In this example we are going to validate if the package org.kodejava.example.xml; import sax.
XML documents can be validated against an XML schema definition language (XSD) schema in an Xml Schema Set.
This increases the overall processing speed, enables users to work offline (that is, not connected to a network), and improves the portability of documents (because URIs need to be changed in the catalog files only.) The catalog mechanism in XMLSpy works as follows: file (or other custom catalog file), use only the following subset of the OASIS catalog in order for XMLSpy to process the catalog correctly.
Each of the elements in the supported subset can take the folder contains references to DTDs that implement older XML Schema specifications.