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Validate XML against XSD using the Xerces DOM Parser

 
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Hi!
I need to read XML with the Xerces DOM Parser and also validate it against prepared XSD. So far, I have this:





Now I tried to find how to do the validation, but without success. I believe it should be done by setting



but I don't now, what should be in the argument. Or am I wrong and there is different way? Thanks!
 
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Well, first of all, don't import that "com.sun" package. Use the standard XML parsers instead. And you should find your answer in this page from the Ranch's XML FAQ: HowToValidateXmlAgainstSchema
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:Well, first of all, don't import that "com.sun" package. Use the standard XML parsers instead. And you should find your answer in this page from the Ranch's XML FAQ: HowToValidateXmlAgainstSchema


But if I remove 'com.sun' and leave only it says, there is no such class in package 'org.apache.xerces.parsers'.
 
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