Validating xml with xsde

Validating xml with xsde

You do not specify the namespace

Validating with Multiple Namespaces Namespaces let you combine elements that serve different purposes in the same document without having to worry about overlapping names. You also set a factory attribute to specify the parser language to use. It is also possible to mix the declarations.

If the schema definition does notOnce again use the file

Declaring the Schemas in the Application To declare the equivalent schemas in the application, the code would look something like the following. Note, too, that in this example there is a default namespace that the unqualified element names employee and name belong to. Navigate to the samples directory.

Once again, use the file personal. Configuring the DocumentBuilder Factory It is helpful to start by defining the constants you will use when configuring the factory. This is done by calling the setValidating method on the DocumentBuilderFactory instance dbf, that was created in Instantiate the Factory. Compile the example class, using the class path you have just set.

So a namespace that does have a name can never be used as the default namespace. You are seeing it here, because at this point you have learned enough about namespaces for the discussion to make sense. In general, fully qualified paths are recommended.

You do not specify the namespace name. If the schema definition does not define a target namespace, then it applies to the default unnamed, or null namespace.