[jdom-interest] a question about validation
jhunter at acm.org
Tue Apr 2 12:34:22 PST 2002
Right, there's no way to validate an XML doc as it's being created. No
API does this, as far as I'm aware.
Jamal Najmi wrote:
> 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!
> > -jh-
> > "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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