Stylus Studio®'s XML Editor includes Sense: X, intelligent XSD (and DTD) aware editing which provides helpful features including context sensitive XML code sensing, auto completion, syntax coloring, and more!Stylus Studio®'s the most powerful and extensible support for XSD validation including seamless integration with all major Java, C and Microsoft .Now let's see how we can validate an XML file against the specified schema.In general, Web browsers like IE and Firefox can be used to browse XML files. So we have to look for other ways to perform XML XSD validation: 1.You have to validate your XML file to make sure it fits to your application's needs to prevent any exception in your code.To check if your XML document conforms to an XSD Schema, the document must be validated against that XSD Schema.XML (1.0 and 2.0), XSV, the Saxonica XSD Validator and all other validating XSD parsers (or DTD parsers).This means that you can use the same XML processing components in Stylus Studio®'s award-winning XML IDE that you use in your real-world production environment.
Please learn in details you can output data to several other data format files. SAXException; public class XMLValidation Employee validates against Employee.xsd? true Exception: cvc-elt.1: Cannot find the declaration of element ' Employee'. Errors in XML documents will stop your XML applications.HTML browsers are allowed to display HTML documents with errors (like missing end tags). A "well formed" XML document is not the same as a "valid" XML document. In addition, it must conform to a document type definition.Stylus Studio® allows you to easily validate XML documents against any data model defined using W3C XSD, using any major XSD Validator, including MSXML 3.0, MSXML 4.0, MSXML 6.0, Xerces-J, Xerces-C, Microsoft System.A screenshot of XSD validation in Stylus Studio® is shown below: (click to enlarge) Validating an XML document in Stylus Studio® is easy, just load an XML document, associate an XSD, click on the Validate XML button (the green checkmark) then select a validating XSD processor to use.The results of the XML parsing and validation operation (usually a success, error or warning message) are printed to the output Window.This article explains the procedure for performing that validation using Before validating an XML document, you must specify the location of the XML XSD Schema.By using XMLFox Advance you can validate XML document for both cases, when your XML document contains an in-line XSD schema and for an outside XSD file as well. First one displays an XML with in-line XSD and the second shows two separate XML and XSD files.XML and others, in addition to the built-in Stylus Studio® XSD processor.To add another validating XSD processor, click on the "New" button, and specify the command line arguments, initial directory, and path used to invoke the new XML processor and click OK.