Streaming API for XML provides interface XMLStream Reader which gives a low-level but very efficient cursor-like API for reading XML documents.
When using it we iterate over various events in XML document and extract information about these events.
Validating Stream Reader.report Validation Problem(Validating Stream Reader.java:383) at
Unfortunately, it does not validate XML document against XML Schema so it has to be done in some other way.
XMLStream Reader reader = XMLInput Instance().create XMLStream Reader(new File Input Stream ("test.xml")); reader = new Stream Reader Delegate(reader) ; Schema Factory factory = Schema Instance(XMLConstants. However, there's an API extension called St AX2 which support validation using Sun's MSV (multi schema validation).
W3C_XML_SCHEMA_NS_URI); Schema schema = Schema(new File("test.xsd")); Validator validator = Validator(); validator.validate(new St AXSource(reader)); I'd note that you cannot use things like XMLStream Reader Element Text(), for convenience in your delegated next() method, as it moves the current position ahead, which will confuse the validator. I would recommend to use the Woodstox St AX2 implementation.
Problem Sta X doesn't seem to validate anything even when provided a valid DTD, and the XML file does not match the schema defined in the DTD.
I was expecting the code below to fail with some validation-related stack trace, instead of printing all the element names in my file.