Editing and validating xml files
By Richard Mah and Nitin Dahyabhai Created on December 22, 2004 Last updated on March 24, 2008 The Web Tools Platform includes validation tools for XML, DTD, and XML Schema files.
This tutorial demonstrates how validation can be invoked manually or automatically during builds.
The XML editor will process XML files that are invalid or not well-formed.
The editor uses heuristics to open a file using the best interpretation of the tagging that it can.
It introduces many innovative, user-friendly authoring features and provides an easy-to-use interface.
The reason is that XML software should be small, fast, and compatible.You can also view the error message by pausing the mouse over the wavy underline.Schemas used in validation are found by matching the When editing an XSLT file, the file located in the schema cache is used for validation.The editor can validate using a document type definition (DTD) or a schema.Red wavy underlines highlight any XML 1.0 well-formed errors.