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YanNaing WTint
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Hi Folks,
Can anyone give me some idea how to validate XML document against with XML schema in SAXParser and/or DocumentBuilder (DOM). Or direct me where can I get such info..
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Ajith Kallambella
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You may want to fist download a good parser - try JAXP from Sun or Xerces from Apache. Both the downloads come with good example programs that are readily runnable. Once you can get these programs to run, checkout the source code and try them with different XML documents with validation feature turned on.
I guess that's the betst way to learn
Good luck!
 
YanNaing WTint
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Thank you Ajith !
BTW, Q? could you tell me the track how did you prepare to get IBM Cert (XML)..
I can't find the topic that meets with objectives for that test.
Thanks again,
 
Ajith Kallambella
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There are several resources listed in our links page( see the header on top of this page ) and dozens of very valuable posts from people who have passed the test. Please read through them and you will find everything you need to take the test.
Good luck!
 
Adrian Ferreira
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Hi WTint,
Your question is commonly asked and I think the reason is because in SCJP, we have many resources and books sorted according to Sun test objectives. There, it is really important to guide the preparation for the Java exam.
As XML test includes many vague and not self contained topics, I dont think it is a good idea to go after documents closed to test objectives. Also, as far as I know, there is no XML book designed for IBM certification test.
I think many certified people got aroud many documents to master XML test objectives.
Follow those links and good luck,
Adrian
 
Axel Janssen
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Last week they told that reading XML 2 from Wrox would be a good deal for the exam.
Although its a lots of pages deal (>1.000)
http://www.javaranch.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=52&t=000175
 
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