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i want to create an xml file and insert data in it by java code and i want to also check that these xml file is valid or  not then what i do.  ???
 
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There's a lot of different possibilities, depending on the details of your requirements. But I would strongly suggest that you create this XML file using software which is designed to create XML files. That way you will be guaranteed that the file is well-formed XML and you won't have to check that after the fact.
 
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It's also easy to check that a given XML file is correct if you have an XSD of it, which you can write yourself or possibly generate from an annotated class.
 
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It's true, "valid" and "well-formed" are not the same thing in the XML world.
 
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