Perhaps the easiest part of JAXP to understand, the DOM interface parses an entire XML document and constructs a complete in-memory representation of the document using the classes and modeling the concepts found in the Document Object Model(DOM) Level 2 Core Specification. Unlike the DOM parser, the SAX parser does not create an in-memory representation of the XML document and so runs faster and uses less memory.
This section describes a tutorial example on how to the Xerces2 SAXParser class to validate an XML document assigned with an XSD file.
But it is not able to load the XSD document specified in the XML document as: xsi:no Namespace Schema Location="dictionary.xsd" See next tutorial on how to resolve this issue.
W3C_XML_SCHEMA_NS_URI); Document Builder Factory doc Builder Factory = Document Builder Instance(); Schema schema = schema Schema(schema File); Validator validator = Validator(); doc Builder Schema(schema); Document Builder doc Builder = doc Builder Document Builder(); Document doc = doc Builder.parse(xml File); validator.validate( Hey Guys i ran into a problem parsing xml files using the sax parser and a custom xsd.
W3C_XML_SCHEMA_NS_URI); Document Builder Factory doc Builder Factory = Document Builder Instance(); Schema schema = schema Schema(schema File); Validator validator = Validator(); doc Builder Schema(schema); Document Builder doc Builder = doc Builder Document Builder(); Document doc = doc Builder.parse(xml File); validator.validate(  The default value of cardinality facet is 1 for both min Occurs and max Occurs.
The application moves the cursor forward - 'pulling' the information from the parser as it needs.
This is different from an event based API - such as SAX - which 'pushes' data to the application - requiring the application to maintain state between events as necessary to keep track of location within the document.
XML Parser XML parser, also known as XML processor, is a software package, library, or module that is used to read XML documents.
The XML parsed, makes it possible for an XML application, such as a formatting engine or a viewer, to access the structure and content of an XML document.
Default Handler; class SAXValidator javac java -cp . Running with JDK 1.6 and Xerces2 2.9.1 in 2009: I am getting the same result as JDK 1.4 with Xerces-J 2.3.
SAXNot Recognized Exception: Feature: java -cp ".;\local\xerces-2_3_0\xerces Impl.jar" SAXValidator dictrionary_invalid_org.apache. SAXParser [email protected] Error: Public ID: null System ID: file:///C:/herong/dictionary_invalid_Line number: 7 Column number: 22 Message: cvc-datatype-valid.1.2.1: 'yes' is not a valid value for 'boolean'. Conclusion: my can be used with the "Xerces-J 2.3" implementation of SAXParser to validate XML documents with XSD schema.
Note that tutorial examples given in this section were taken in 2002 using JDK 1.4 and Xerces-J 2.3.