The complete code listing for the Java-based XML validation tool discussed in this post is included at the end of the post.
Validator is obtained from the /** * Validate provided XML against the provided XSD schema files.
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For this demonstration, I'm using a very simple manifestation of a Servlet 2.5 file that has a "title" element not specified in the associated Servlet 2.5 XSD.
As mentioned earlier, this simple tool requires JDK 8 as currently written but could be easily adapted to work on JDK 5, JDK 6, or JDK 7.function takes the first command line argument and treats that as the XML file's path/name and then treats all remaining command lin arguments as the paths/names of one or more XSDs.
The sample application shown and explained here attempts to demonstrate that and is a useful tool for simple command line validation of XML documents against specified XSDs.
I have done this so that the tool can be adapted to work even in environments with older versions of Java.
*/ public class Xml Validator Despite what the length of this post might initially suggest, using Java to validate XML against an XSD is fairly straightforward.