Validating xml using xsd in c

Posted by / 14-Sep-2020 13:50

Let's see if my file validates against this schema with the messed up Mickey Mantle card entry. VERBOSE: Error: The element 'Card' has invalid child element 'Name'. About the Author Adam Bertram is a 20-year veteran of IT.

VERBOSE: Error: The element 'Player' has invalid child element 'Team'. He's an automation engineer, blogger, consultant, freelance writer, Pluralsight course author and content marketing advisor to multiple technology companies.

Let's say I want to ensure each of the Player tags always follow the schema I want.

To do that, I typically start by creating an XSD file using an online tool.

hi guys I need your suggestions / opinion for doing this the right way. if the Attribute is missing or invalid in the following element then it should say ID attribute invalid for "Watch" Element.

This works great if the XML file follows the same structure for each tag representing a card having a Card tag.

Inside that with the Player tag, the Name, Team, Year and Card Company all within the appropriate level.

Alway get the following error msg while validating: Error planetclasses.xml:5:2: cvc-elt.1: Cannot find the declaration of element 'planetclasses'.

i hope one of you might have a hint greez julian thats my java code: Schema Factory schema Factory = Schema Instance(XMLConstants.

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In case you want to make it explicit for reminding, it is fine, but it is not mandatory.