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Using ISO Schematron in a Java Application

Using ISO Schematron in a Java Application

Using ISO Schematron in a Java Application


Can anyone tell me how to validate an XML file using an ISO Schematron (.sch) file from within a Java application? I want to be able to validate an XML file (provided by the User) against my .sch file. But to be honest I don't really know where to start, so I would really appreciate your help with this. I have my Schematron file ready and I can successfully validate a sample XML file using the Oxygen IDE but how to do same in Java?


RE: Using ISO Schematron in a Java Application

This is a little less helpful, maybe, but you should be able to do some useful things: http://www.ohloh.net/p/jschematron

RE: Using ISO Schematron in a Java Application

Hi TonHu, thanks for the reply but it only makes a passing reference to Schematron but the second link looks more promising even thought it appears to have stopped development.



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