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XML validation error looks bogus

XML validation error looks bogus

XML validation error looks bogus

I just Install XML editor and when I run for validation it gives me the error "Error at line 1, column 9: no declaration found for element 'qicore'. Previously my coworker who recently left ran the same validation code but never got any error. And this program is working fine so why the error showing up?


RE: XML validation error looks bogus

A validation error typically means that the XML document is being validated against either a DTD or XML Schema. These are the two mechanisms for describing an XML document (XML Schema being the more modern way).

Note that this is not a syntax error, so we would have to also see the Schema for this document in order to determine what is causing the validation error. Given the exact error message, it may also be an indirect way of telling you that no schema is specified.

Tom Morrison
Hill Country Software

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