[jdom-interest] a question about validation
najmiaj at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 2 08:24:24 PST 2002
Does that also mean there is no way to validate an XML
document as it is being created from scratch using
JDOM API? If answer is no then our only bet is to
create the XML and then validate it against the XML
Schema using JDOM and not necessarily parse it.
This leads to my next question, is it possible to
validate an XML and not parse it using JDOM?
--- Jason Hunter <jhunter at acm.org> wrote:
> Not currently, although I found a volunteer at
> JavaOne who's interested
> in working on that!
> "Gu Xueying (Shinnie Gu)" wrote:
> > hi,
> > I have a question about validation.
> > I use JDOM and when I have got a document by
> parser and have made some
> > changes to the jdom tree(document)
> > then I want to know whether the document which has
> been changed is valid
> > according to DTD.
> > Is there any method in JDOM to do that validation
> except parsing the
> > document again?
> > Any help is appreciated.
> > Thanks
> > Shinnie
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