Validating xml file against schema


Checking a document against a Schema is known as validating against that schema; for a DTD, this is just validating, but for any other type of schema the type is mentioned, such as XSD Validation or Relax-NG validation.Validating against a schema is an important component of quality assurance.© Copyright 2006-2014 Accellera Systems Initiative. These files are in the format specified by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as XML Schema definition language. These XML files are believed to be a consistent XML Schema expression for creating and validating XML documents based on the IEEE Std 1685-20 Standards for IP-XACT, Standard Structure for Packaging, Integrating and Re-using IP within Tool-flows.All XML documents must be well-formed, but it is not required that a document be valid unless the XML parser is "validating", in which case the document is also checked for conformance with its associated schema.DTD-validating parsers are most common, but some support XML Schema or RELAX NG as well.

Features include drag and drop, and extensive find capabilities on text as well as on XML data.

The specifications are now maintained by the W3C XML Core Working Group.

Tools · Usage · Resources · Specifications and Development XML Schemas express shared vocabularies and allow machines to carry out rules made by people.

XMLFox is a graphical XML editing and validation tool for creating valid, well-formed XML documents and/or XSD Schema.

It includes an XML View, XML Tree, XML Grid, and XML Script modes for editing, as well as extensive find capabilities for text and XML data.

Additional features include XML and Schema Validation, standard editing features, XSD Schema building and more.

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