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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: svn commit: r1451332 - in /commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds: ./ validator_1_0.dtd validator_1_0_1.dtd validator_1_1.dtd validator_1_1_3.dtd validator_1_2_0.dtd validator_1_3_0.dtd validator_1_4_0.dtd
Date Sun, 03 Mar 2013 15:24:53 GMT
On 28 February 2013 20:50,  <olamy@apache.org> wrote:
> Author: olamy
> Date: Thu Feb 28 20:50:27 2013
> New Revision: 1451332
>
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1451332
> Log:
> restore validator dtds
>
> Added:
>     commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/
>     commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0.dtd   (with props)
>     commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0_1.dtd   (with props)
>     commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1.dtd   (with props)
>     commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1_3.dtd   (with props)
>     commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_2_0.dtd   (with props)
>     commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_3_0.dtd   (with props)
>     commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_4_0.dtd   (with props)

Why are these new files?

Where did they come from?
If from SVN, then they should have been added using SVN copy please.

> Added: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0.dtd
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0.dtd?rev=1451332&view=auto
> ==============================================================================
> --- commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0.dtd (added)
> +++ commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0.dtd Thu Feb 28 20:50:27 2013
> @@ -0,0 +1,262 @@
> +<!--
> + Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
> + contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
> + this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
> + The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
> + (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
> + the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
> +
> +      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
> +
> + Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
> + distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
> + WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
> + See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
> + limitations under the License.
> +-->
> +<!--
> +    DTD for the Validator Rules Configuration File, Version 1.0
> +
> +    To allow for XML validation of your rules configuration
> +    file, include the following DOCTYPE element at the beginning (after
> +    the "xml" declaration):
> +
> +    <!DOCTYPE form-validation PUBLIC
> +     "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Commons Validator Rules Configuration 1.0//EN"
> +     "http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/dtds/validator_1_0.dtd">
> +
> +    $Id$
> +-->
> +
> +
> +<!-- =================================================== Top Level Elements -->
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form-validation" element is the root of the configuration file
> +     hierarchy, and contains nested elements for all of the other
> +     configuration settings.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form-validation (global*, formset*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +    The elements defined here are all global and must be nested within a
> +    "global" element.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT global (validator*, constant*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "validator" element defines what validators objects can be used with
> +     the fields referenced by the formset elements. The validator element can
> +     accept 4 properties: name, classname, method, methodparams, msg, depends,
> +     and jsFunctionName.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT validator (javascript?)>
> +<!ATTLIST validator name           CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    classname      CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    method         CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    methodParams   CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    msg            CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    depends        CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                    jsFunctionName CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "javascript" element defines a JavaScript that can be used to perform
> +     client-side validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT javascript (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "constant" element defines a static value that can be used as
> +     replacement parameters within "field" elements. The "constant-name" and
> +     "constant-value" elements define the constant's reference id and replacement
> +     value.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT constant (constant-name, constant-value)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +      The "formset" element defines a set of forms for a locale. Formsets for
> +      specific locales can override only those fields that change. The
> +      localization is properly scoped, so that a formset can override just the
> +      language, or just the country, or both.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT formset (constant*, form+)>
> +<!ATTLIST formset language     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  country      CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form" element defines a set of fields to be validated. The name
> +     corresponds to the identifer the application assigns to the form.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form    (field+ )>
> +<!ATTLIST form    name         CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "field" element defines the properties to be validated. In a
> +     web application, a field would also correspond to a control on
> +     a HTML form. To validate the properties, the validator works through
> +     a JavaBean representation. The field element can accept up to 4
> +     attributes:
> +
> +     property        The property on the JavaBean corresponding to this
> +                     field element.
> +
> +     depends         The comma-delimited list of validators to apply against
> +                     this field. For the field to succeed, all the
> +                     validators must succeed.
> +
> +     page            The JavaBean corresponding to this form may include
> +                     a page property. Only fields with a "page" attribute
> +                     value that is equal to or less than the page property
> +                     on the form JavaBean are processed. This is useful when
> +                     using a "wizard" approach to completing a large form,
> +                     to ensure that a page is not skipped.
> +                     [0]
> +
> +     indexedListProperty
> +                     The "indexedListProperty" is the method name that will
> +                     return an array or a Collection used to retrieve the
> +                     list and then loop through the list performing the
> +                     validations for this field.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT field   (msg|arg0|arg1|arg2|arg3|var)*>
> +<!ATTLIST field   property CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                  depends  CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  page     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  indexedListProperty CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "msg" element defines a custom message key to use when one of the
> +     validators for this field fails. Each validator has a default message
> +     property that is used when a corresonding field msg is not specified.
> +     Each validator applied to a field may have its own msg element.
> +     The msg element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT msg     EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST msg     name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg0" element defines the first replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg0 element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg0    EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg0    name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg1" element defines the second replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg1 element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg1    EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg1    name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg2" element defines the third replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg2 element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg2    EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg2    name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg3" element defines the fourth replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg0 element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg3    EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg3    name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "var" element can set parameters that a field may need to pass to
> +     one of its validators, such as the minimum and maximum values in a
> +     range validation. These parameters may also be referenced by one of the
> +     arg? elements using a shell syntax: ${var:var-name}.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var (var-name, var-value)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The name of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The value of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +<!-- eof -->
>
> Propchange: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0.dtd
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:eol-style = native
>
> Propchange: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0.dtd
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:keywords = Author Date Id Revision
>
> Added: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0_1.dtd
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0_1.dtd?rev=1451332&view=auto
> ==============================================================================
> --- commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0_1.dtd (added)
> +++ commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0_1.dtd Thu Feb 28 20:50:27 2013
> @@ -0,0 +1,261 @@
> +<!--
> + Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
> + contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
> + this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
> + The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
> + (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
> + the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
> +
> +      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
> +
> + Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
> + distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
> + WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
> + See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
> + limitations under the License.
> +-->
> +<!--
> +    DTD for the Validator Rules Configuration File, Version 1.0.1
> +
> +    To allow for XML validation of your rules configuration
> +    file, include the following DOCTYPE element at the beginning (after
> +    the "xml" declaration):
> +
> +    <!DOCTYPE form-validation PUBLIC
> +     "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Commons Validator Rules Configuration 1.0.1//EN"
> +     "http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/dtds/validator_1_0_1.dtd">
> +
> +    $Id$
> +-->
> +
> +
> +<!-- =================================================== Top Level Elements -->
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form-validation" element is the root of the configuration file
> +     hierarchy, and contains nested elements for all of the other
> +     configuration settings.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form-validation (global*, formset*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +    The elements defined here are all global and must be nested within a
> +    "global" element.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT global (validator*, constant*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "validator" element defines what validator objects can be used with
> +     the fields referenced by the formset elements.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT validator (javascript?)>
> +<!ATTLIST validator name           CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    classname      CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    method         CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    methodParams   CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    msg            CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                    depends        CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                    jsFunctionName CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "javascript" element defines a JavaScript that can be used to perform
> +     client-side validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT javascript (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "constant" element defines a static value that can be used as
> +     replacement parameters within "field" elements. The "constant-name" and
> +     "constant-value" elements define the constant's reference id and replacement
> +     value.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT constant (constant-name, constant-value)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +      The "formset" element defines a set of forms for a locale. Formsets for
> +      specific locales can override only those fields that change. The
> +      localization is properly scoped, so that a formset can override just the
> +      language, or just the country, or both.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT formset (constant*, form+)>
> +<!ATTLIST formset language     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  country      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  variant      CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form" element defines a set of fields to be validated. The name
> +     corresponds to the identifer the application assigns to the form.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form    (field+ )>
> +<!ATTLIST form    name         CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "field" element defines the properties to be validated. In a
> +     web application, a field would also correspond to a control on
> +     a HTML form. To validate the properties, the validator works through
> +     a JavaBean representation. The field element can accept up to 4
> +     attributes:
> +
> +     property        The property on the JavaBean corresponding to this
> +                     field element.
> +
> +     depends         The comma-delimited list of validators to apply against
> +                     this field. For the field to succeed, all the
> +                     validators must succeed.
> +
> +     page            The JavaBean corresponding to this form may include
> +                     a page property. Only fields with a "page" attribute
> +                     value that is equal to or less than the page property
> +                     on the form JavaBean are processed. This is useful when
> +                     using a "wizard" approach to completing a large form,
> +                     to ensure that a page is not skipped.
> +                     [0]
> +
> +     indexedListProperty
> +                     The "indexedListProperty" is the method name that will
> +                     return an array or a Collection used to retrieve the
> +                     list and then loop through the list performing the
> +                     validations for this field.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT field   (msg|arg0|arg1|arg2|arg3|var)*>
> +<!ATTLIST field   property CDATA #REQUIRED
> +                  depends  CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  page     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  indexedListProperty CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "msg" element defines a custom message key to use when one of the
> +     validators for this field fails. Each validator has a default message
> +     property that is used when a corresonding field msg is not specified.
> +     Each validator applied to a field may have its own msg element.
> +     The msg element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT msg     EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST msg     name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg0" element defines the first replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg0 element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg0    EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg0    name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg1" element defines the second replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg1 element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg1    EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg1    name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg2" element defines the third replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg2 element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg2    EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg2    name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg3" element defines the fourth replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg0 element accepts up to three attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg3    EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg3    name     CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  key      CDATA #IMPLIED
> +                  resource CDATA #IMPLIED >
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "var" element can set parameters that a field may need to pass to
> +     one of its validators, such as the minimum and maximum values in a
> +     range validation. These parameters may also be referenced by one of the
> +     arg? elements using a shell syntax: ${var:var-name}.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var (var-name, var-value)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The name of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The value of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +<!-- eof -->
>
> Propchange: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0_1.dtd
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:eol-style = native
>
> Propchange: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_0_1.dtd
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:keywords = Author Date Id Revision
>
> Added: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1.dtd
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1.dtd?rev=1451332&view=auto
> ==============================================================================
> --- commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1.dtd (added)
> +++ commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1.dtd Thu Feb 28 20:50:27 2013
> @@ -0,0 +1,308 @@
> +<!--
> + Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
> + contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
> + this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
> + The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
> + (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
> + the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
> +
> +      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
> +
> + Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
> + distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
> + WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
> + See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
> + limitations under the License.
> +-->
> +<!--
> +    DTD for the Validator Rules Configuration File, Version 1.1
> +
> +    To allow for XML validation of your rules configuration
> +    file, include the following DOCTYPE element at the beginning (after
> +    the "xml" declaration):
> +
> +    <!DOCTYPE form-validation PUBLIC
> +     "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Commons Validator Rules Configuration 1.1//EN"
> +     "http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/dtds/validator_1_1.dtd">
> +
> +    $Id$
> +-->
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form-validation" element is the root of the configuration file
> +     hierarchy, and contains nested elements for all of the other
> +     configuration settings.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form-validation (global*, formset*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +    The elements defined here are all global and must be nested within a
> +    "global" element.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT global (validator*, constant*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "validator" element defines what validator objects can be used with
> +     the fields referenced by the formset elements.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT validator (javascript?)>
> +<!ATTLIST validator name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator classname CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator method CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator methodParams CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator msg CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunctionName CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunction CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "javascript" element defines a JavaScript that can be used to perform
> +     client-side validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT javascript (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "constant" element defines a static value that can be used as
> +     replacement parameters within "field" elements. The "constant-name" and
> +     "constant-value" elements define the constant's reference id and replacement
> +     value.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT constant (constant-name, constant-value)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +      The "formset" element defines a set of forms for a locale. Formsets for
> +      specific locales can override only those fields that change. The
> +      localization is properly scoped, so that a formset can override just the
> +      language, or just the country, or both.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT formset (constant*, form+)>
> +<!ATTLIST formset language CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset country CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset variant CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form" element defines a set of fields to be validated. The name
> +     corresponds to the identifer the application assigns to the form.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form (field+)>
> +<!ATTLIST form name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "field" element defines the properties to be validated. In a
> +     web application, a field would also correspond to a control on
> +     a HTML form. To validate the properties, the validator works through
> +     a JavaBean representation. The field element accepts these
> +     attributes:
> +
> +     property        The property on the JavaBean corresponding to this
> +                     field element.
> +
> +     depends         The comma-delimited list of validators to apply against
> +                     this field. For the field to succeed, all the
> +                     validators must succeed.
> +
> +     page            The JavaBean corresponding to this form may include
> +                     a page property. Only fields with a "page" attribute
> +                     value that is equal to or less than the page property
> +                     on the form JavaBean are processed. This is useful when
> +                     using a "wizard" approach to completing a large form,
> +                     to ensure that a page is not skipped.
> +                     [0]
> +
> +     indexedListProperty
> +                     The "indexedListProperty" is the method name that will
> +                     return an array or a Collection used to retrieve the
> +                     list and then loop through the list performing the
> +                     validations for this field.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT field (msg|arg|arg0|arg1|arg2|arg3|var)*>
> +<!ATTLIST field property CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST field depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field page CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field indexedListProperty CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "msg" element defines a custom message key to use when one of the
> +     validators for this field fails. Each validator has a default message
> +     property that is used when a corresonding field msg is not specified.
> +     Each validator applied to a field may have its own msg element.
> +     The msg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT msg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST msg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg" element defines a replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +                         If not supplied, this argument will be used in the given
> +                         position for every validator.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +
> +      position    The position of this replacement parameter in the message.
> +                         For example, position="0" will set the first argument.
> +                         [0]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg position CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +
> +               DEPRECATED Use <arg position="0"/> instead.
> +
> +     The "arg0" element defines the first replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg0 element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg0 EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg0 name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg0 key CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg0 resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +
> +               DEPRECATED Use <arg position="1"/> instead.
> +
> +     The "arg1" element defines the second replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg1 element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg1 EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg1 name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg1 key CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg1 resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +
> +               DEPRECATED Use <arg position="2"/> instead.
> +
> +     The "arg2" element defines the third replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg2 element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg2 EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg2 name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg2 key CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg2 resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +
> +               DEPRECATED Use <arg position="3"/> instead.
> +
> +     The "arg3" element defines the fourth replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg0 element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg3 EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg3 name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg3 key CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg3 resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "var" element can set parameters that a field may need to pass to
> +     one of its validators, such as the minimum and maximum values in a
> +     range validation. These parameters may also be referenced by one of the
> +     arg? elements using a shell syntax: ${var:var-name}.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var (var-name, var-value)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The name of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The value of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
>
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>
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> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:keywords = Author Date Id Revision
>
> Added: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1_3.dtd
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1_3.dtd?rev=1451332&view=auto
> ==============================================================================
> --- commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1_3.dtd (added)
> +++ commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_1_3.dtd Thu Feb 28 20:50:27 2013
> @@ -0,0 +1,328 @@
> +<!--
> + Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
> + contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
> + this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
> + The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
> + (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
> + the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
> +
> +      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
> +
> + Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
> + distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
> + WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
> + See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
> + limitations under the License.
> +-->
> +<!--
> +    DTD for the Validator Rules Configuration File, Version 1.1.3
> +
> +    To allow for XML validation of your rules configuration
> +    file, include the following DOCTYPE element at the beginning (after
> +    the "xml" declaration):
> +
> +    <!DOCTYPE form-validation PUBLIC
> +     "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Commons Validator Rules Configuration 1.1.3//EN"
> +     "http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/dtds/validator_1_1_3.dtd">
> +
> +    $Id$
> +-->
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form-validation" element is the root of the configuration file
> +     hierarchy, and contains nested elements for all of the other
> +     configuration settings.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form-validation (global*, formset*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +    The elements defined here are all global and must be nested within a
> +    "global" element.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT global (validator*, constant*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "validator" element defines what validator objects can be used with
> +     the fields referenced by the formset elements.
> +     elements:
> +       validator         Defines a new validatior
> +       javascript        The javascript source code for client side validation.
> +     attributes:
> +         name            The name of this validation
> +         classname       The java class name that handles server side validation
> +         method          The java method that handles server side validation
> +         methodParams    The java class types passed to the serverside method
> +         msg             a generic message key to use when this validator fails.
> +                         It can be overridden by the 'msg' element for a specific field.
> +         depends         The comma-delimited list of validator that are called before this validator.
> +                         For this validation to succeed, all the listed validators must succeed.
> +         jsFunctionName  The name of the javascript function which returns all fields of a certain type.
> +         jsFunction      The name of the javascript function which is passed the form for validation.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT validator (javascript?)>
> +<!ATTLIST validator name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator classname CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator method CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator methodParams CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator msg CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunctionName CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunction CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "javascript" element defines a JavaScript that can be used to perform
> +     client-side validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT javascript (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "constant" element defines a static value that can be used as
> +     replacement parameters within "field" elements. The "constant-name" and
> +     "constant-value" elements define the constant's reference id and replacement
> +     value.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT constant (constant-name, constant-value)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +      The "formset" element defines a set of forms for a locale. Formsets for
> +      specific locales can override only those fields that change. The
> +      localization is properly scoped, so that a formset can override just the
> +      language, or just the country, or both.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT formset (constant*, form+)>
> +<!ATTLIST formset language CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset country CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset variant CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form" element defines a set of fields to be validated. The name
> +     corresponds to the identifier the application assigns to the form.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form (field+)>
> +<!ATTLIST form name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "field" element defines the properties to be validated. In a
> +     web application, a field would also correspond to a control on
> +     a HTML form. To validate the properties, the validator works through
> +     a JavaBean representation. The field element accepts these
> +     attributes:
> +
> +     property        The property on the JavaBean corresponding to this
> +                     field element.
> +
> +     depends         The comma-delimited list of validators to apply against
> +                     this field. For the field to succeed, all the
> +                     validators must succeed.
> +
> +     page            The JavaBean corresponding to this form may include
> +                     a page property. Only fields with a "page" attribute
> +                     value that is equal to or less than the page property
> +                     on the form JavaBean are processed. This is useful when
> +                     using a "wizard" approach to completing a large form,
> +                     to ensure that a page is not skipped.
> +                     [0]
> +
> +     indexedListProperty
> +                     The "indexedListProperty" is the method name that will
> +                     return an array or a Collection used to retrieve the
> +                     list and then loop through the list performing the
> +                     validations for this field.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT field (msg|arg|arg0|arg1|arg2|arg3|var)*>
> +<!ATTLIST field property CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST field depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field page CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field indexedListProperty CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "msg" element defines a custom message key to use when one of the
> +     validators for this field fails. Each validator has a default message
> +     property that is used when a corresponding field msg is not specified.
> +     Each validator applied to a field may have its own msg element.
> +     The msg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT msg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST msg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "arg" element defines a replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +                         If not supplied, this argument will be used in the given
> +                         position for every validator.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +
> +      position    The position of this replacement parameter in the message.
> +                         For example, position="0" will set the first argument.
> +                         [0]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg position CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +
> +               DEPRECATED Use <arg position="0"/> instead.
> +
> +     The "arg0" element defines the first replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg0 element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg0 EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg0 name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg0 key CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg0 resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +
> +               DEPRECATED Use <arg position="1"/> instead.
> +
> +     The "arg1" element defines the second replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg1 element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg1 EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg1 name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg1 key CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg1 resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +
> +               DEPRECATED Use <arg position="2"/> instead.
> +
> +     The "arg2" element defines the third replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg2 element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg2 EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg2 name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg2 key CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg2 resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +
> +               DEPRECATED Use <arg position="3"/> instead.
> +
> +     The "arg3" element defines the fourth replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg0 element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg3 EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg3 name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg3 key CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg3 resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "var" element can set parameters that a field may need to pass to
> +     one of its validators, such as the minimum and maximum values in a
> +     range validation. These parameters may also be referenced by one of the
> +     arg? elements using a shell syntax: ${var:var-name}.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var (var-name, var-value, var-jstype?)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The name of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The value of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +<!--
> +     The java script type, Possible Values [int| string | regexp]
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-jstype (#PCDATA)>
> +
>
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>
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> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:keywords = Author Date Id Revision
>
> Added: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_2_0.dtd
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_2_0.dtd?rev=1451332&view=auto
> ==============================================================================
> --- commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_2_0.dtd (added)
> +++ commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_2_0.dtd Thu Feb 28 20:50:27 2013
> @@ -0,0 +1,249 @@
> +<!--
> + Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
> + contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
> + this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
> + The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
> + (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
> + the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
> +
> +      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
> +
> + Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
> + distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
> + WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
> + See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
> + limitations under the License.
> +-->
> +<!--
> +    DTD for the Validator Rules Configuration File, Version 1.2.0
> +
> +    To allow for XML validation of your rules configuration
> +    file, include the following DOCTYPE element at the beginning (after
> +    the "xml" declaration):
> +
> +    <!DOCTYPE form-validation PUBLIC
> +     "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Commons Validator Rules Configuration 1.2.0//EN"
> +     "http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/dtds/validator_1_2_0.dtd">
> +
> +    $Id$
> +-->
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form-validation" element is the root of the configuration file
> +     hierarchy, and contains nested elements for all of the other
> +     configuration settings.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form-validation (global*, formset*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +    The elements defined here are all global and must be nested within a
> +    "global" element.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT global (validator*, constant*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines what validator objects can be used with
> +     the fields referenced by the formset elements.
> +     elements:
> +       validator         Defines a new validatior
> +       javascript        The javascript source code for client side validation.
> +     attributes:
> +         name            The name of this validation
> +         classname       The java class name that handles server side validation
> +         method          The java method that handles server side validation
> +         methodParams    The java class types passed to the serverside method
> +         msg             a generic message key to use when this validator fails.
> +                         It can be overridden by the 'msg' element for a specific field.
> +         depends         The comma-delimited list of validator that are called before this validator.
> +                         For this validation to succeed, all the listed validators must succeed.
> +         jsFunctionName  The name of the javascript function which returns all fields of a certain type.
> +         jsFunction      The name of the javascript function which is passed the form for validation.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT validator (javascript?)>
> +<!ATTLIST validator name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator classname CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator method CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator methodParams CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator msg CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunctionName CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunction CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a JavaScript that can be used to perform
> +     client-side validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT javascript (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a static value that can be used as
> +     replacement parameters within "field" elements. The "constant-name" and
> +     "constant-value" elements define the constant's reference id and replacement
> +     value.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT constant (constant-name, constant-value)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +      Defines a set of forms for a locale. Formsets for
> +      specific locales can override only those fields that change. The
> +      localization is properly scoped, so that a formset can override just the
> +      language, or just the country, or both.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT formset (constant*, form+)>
> +<!ATTLIST formset language CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset country CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset variant CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a set of fields to be validated. The name
> +     corresponds to the identifier the application assigns to the form.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form (field+)>
> +<!ATTLIST form name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST form extends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines the properties to be validated. In a
> +     web application, a field would also correspond to a control on
> +     a HTML form. To validate the properties, the validator works through
> +     a JavaBean representation. The field element accepts these
> +     attributes:
> +
> +     property        The property on the JavaBean corresponding to this
> +                     field element.
> +
> +     depends         The comma-delimited list of validators to apply against
> +                     this field. For the field to succeed, all the
> +                     validators must succeed.
> +
> +     page            The JavaBean corresponding to this form may include
> +                     a page property. Only fields with a "page" attribute
> +                     value that is equal to or less than the page property
> +                     on the form JavaBean are processed. This is useful when
> +                     using a "wizard" approach to completing a large form,
> +                     to ensure that a page is not skipped.
> +                     [0]
> +
> +     indexedListProperty
> +                     The "indexedListProperty" is the method name that will
> +                     return an array or a Collection used to retrieve the
> +                     list and then loop through the list performing the
> +                     validations for this field.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT field (msg|arg|var)*>
> +<!ATTLIST field property CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST field depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field page CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field indexedListProperty CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a custom message key to use when one of the
> +     validators for this field fails. Each validator has a default message
> +     property that is used when a corresponding field msg is not specified.
> +     Each validator applied to a field may have its own msg element.
> +     The msg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT msg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST msg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +                         If not supplied, this argument will be used in the given
> +                         position for every validator.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +
> +      position    The position of this replacement parameter in the message.
> +                  For example, position="0" will set the first argument.
> +
> +             N.B. Since 1.2.0 position is ignored for 'default' arguments
> +                  (i.e. those with no 'name' supplied) - it is calculated
> +                  automatically from the order the arguments are added in.
> +                  For 'overriden' arguments (i.e. those with a 'name')
> +                  it is optional. If 'position' is not supplied it will
> +                  use the position of the 'default' argument it follows.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg position CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "var" element can set parameters that a field may need to pass to
> +     one of its validators, such as the minimum and maximum values in a
> +     range validation. These parameters may also be referenced by one of the
> +     arg? elements using a shell syntax: ${var:var-name}.
> +
> +     N.B. resource ='true' indicates that the var-value is a resource key,
> +          with the option to specify the bundle name. Validator doesn't do
> +          anything itself with these values. Down-stream systems need
> +          to resolve resource values.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var (var-name, var-value, var-jstype?)>
> +<!ATTLIST var resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST var bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The name of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The value of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +<!--
> +     The javascript type. Possible Values [int|string|regexp]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-jstype (#PCDATA)>
> +
>
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>
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> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:keywords = Author Date Id Revision
>
> Added: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_3_0.dtd
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_3_0.dtd?rev=1451332&view=auto
> ==============================================================================
> --- commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_3_0.dtd (added)
> +++ commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_3_0.dtd Thu Feb 28 20:50:27 2013
> @@ -0,0 +1,249 @@
> +<!--
> + Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
> + contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
> + this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
> + The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
> + (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
> + the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
> +
> +      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
> +
> + Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
> + distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
> + WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
> + See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
> + limitations under the License.
> +-->
> +<!--
> +    DTD for the Validator Rules Configuration File, Version 1.3.0
> +
> +    To allow for XML validation of your rules configuration
> +    file, include the following DOCTYPE element at the beginning (after
> +    the "xml" declaration):
> +
> +    <!DOCTYPE form-validation PUBLIC
> +     "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Commons Validator Rules Configuration 1.3.0//EN"
> +     "http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/dtds/validator_1_3_0.dtd">
> +
> +    $Id$
> +-->
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form-validation" element is the root of the configuration file
> +     hierarchy, and contains nested elements for all of the other
> +     configuration settings.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form-validation (global*, formset*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +    The elements defined here are all global and must be nested within a
> +    "global" element.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT global (validator*, constant*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines what validator objects can be used with
> +     the fields referenced by the formset elements.
> +     elements:
> +       validator         Defines a new validatior
> +       javascript        The javascript source code for client side validation.
> +     attributes:
> +         name            The name of this validation
> +         classname       The java class name that handles server side validation
> +         method          The java method that handles server side validation
> +         methodParams    The java class types passed to the serverside method
> +         msg             a generic message key to use when this validator fails.
> +                         It can be overridden by the 'msg' element for a specific field.
> +         depends         The comma-delimited list of validator that are called before this validator.
> +                         For this validation to succeed, all the listed validators must succeed.
> +         jsFunctionName  The name of the javascript function which returns all fields of a certain type.
> +         jsFunction      The name of the javascript function which is passed the form for validation.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT validator (javascript?)>
> +<!ATTLIST validator name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator classname CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator method CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator methodParams CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator msg CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunctionName CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunction CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a JavaScript that can be used to perform
> +     client-side validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT javascript (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a static value that can be used as
> +     replacement parameters within "field" elements. The "constant-name" and
> +     "constant-value" elements define the constant's reference id and replacement
> +     value.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT constant (constant-name, constant-value)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +      Defines a set of forms for a locale. Formsets for
> +      specific locales can override only those fields that change. The
> +      localization is properly scoped, so that a formset can override just the
> +      language, or just the country, or both.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT formset (constant*, form+)>
> +<!ATTLIST formset language CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset country CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset variant CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a set of fields to be validated. The name
> +     corresponds to the identifier the application assigns to the form.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form (field*)>
> +<!ATTLIST form name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST form extends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines the properties to be validated. In a
> +     web application, a field would also correspond to a control on
> +     a HTML form. To validate the properties, the validator works through
> +     a JavaBean representation. The field element accepts these
> +     attributes:
> +
> +     property        The property on the JavaBean corresponding to this
> +                     field element.
> +
> +     depends         The comma-delimited list of validators to apply against
> +                     this field. For the field to succeed, all the
> +                     validators must succeed.
> +
> +     page            The JavaBean corresponding to this form may include
> +                     a page property. Only fields with a "page" attribute
> +                     value that is equal to or less than the page property
> +                     on the form JavaBean are processed. This is useful when
> +                     using a "wizard" approach to completing a large form,
> +                     to ensure that a page is not skipped.
> +                     [0]
> +
> +     indexedListProperty
> +                     The "indexedListProperty" is the method name that will
> +                     return an array or a Collection used to retrieve the
> +                     list and then loop through the list performing the
> +                     validations for this field.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT field (msg|arg|var)*>
> +<!ATTLIST field property CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST field depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field page CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field indexedListProperty CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a custom message key to use when one of the
> +     validators for this field fails. Each validator has a default message
> +     property that is used when a corresponding field msg is not specified.
> +     Each validator applied to a field may have its own msg element.
> +     The msg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT msg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST msg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +                         If not supplied, this argument will be used in the given
> +                         position for every validator.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +
> +      position    The position of this replacement parameter in the message.
> +                  For example, position="0" will set the first argument.
> +
> +             N.B. Since 1.2.0 position is ignored for 'default' arguments
> +                  (i.e. those with no 'name' supplied) - it is calculated
> +                  automatically from the order the arguments are added in.
> +                  For 'overriden' arguments (i.e. those with a 'name')
> +                  it is optional. If 'position' is not supplied it will
> +                  use the position of the 'default' argument it follows.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg position CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "var" element can set parameters that a field may need to pass to
> +     one of its validators, such as the minimum and maximum values in a
> +     range validation. These parameters may also be referenced by one of the
> +     arg? elements using a shell syntax: ${var:var-name}.
> +
> +     N.B. resource ='true' indicates that the var-value is a resource key,
> +          with the option to specify the bundle name. Validator doesn't do
> +          anything itself with these values. Down-stream systems need
> +          to resolve resource values.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var (var-name, var-value, var-jstype?)>
> +<!ATTLIST var resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST var bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The name of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The value of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +<!--
> +     The javascript type. Possible Values [int|string|regexp]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-jstype (#PCDATA)>
> +
>
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>
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> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:keywords = Author Date Id Revision
>
> Added: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_4_0.dtd
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_4_0.dtd?rev=1451332&view=auto
> ==============================================================================
> --- commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_4_0.dtd (added)
> +++ commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_4_0.dtd Thu Feb 28 20:50:27 2013
> @@ -0,0 +1,253 @@
> +<!--
> + Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
> + contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
> + this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
> + The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
> + (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
> + the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
> +
> +      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
> +
> + Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
> + distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
> + WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
> + See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
> + limitations under the License.
> +-->
> +<!--
> +    DTD for the Validator Rules Configuration File, Version 1.4.0
> +
> +    To allow for XML validation of your rules configuration
> +    file, include the following DOCTYPE element at the beginning (after
> +    the "xml" declaration):
> +
> +    <!DOCTYPE form-validation PUBLIC
> +     "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Commons Validator Rules Configuration 1.4.0//EN"
> +     "http://commons.apache.org/dtds/validator_1_4_0.dtd">
> +
> +    $Id$
> +-->
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "form-validation" element is the root of the configuration file
> +     hierarchy, and contains nested elements for all of the other
> +     configuration settings.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form-validation (global*, formset*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +    The elements defined here are all global and must be nested within a
> +    "global" element.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT global (validator*, constant*)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines what validator objects can be used with
> +     the fields referenced by the formset elements.
> +     elements:
> +       validator         Defines a new validatior
> +       javascript        The javascript source code for client side validation.
> +     attributes:
> +         name            The name of this validation
> +         classname       The java class name that handles server side validation
> +         method          The java method that handles server side validation
> +         methodParams    The java class types passed to the serverside method
> +         msg             a generic message key to use when this validator fails.
> +                         It can be overridden by the 'msg' element for a specific field.
> +         depends         The comma-delimited list of validator that are called before this validator.
> +                         For this validation to succeed, all the listed validators must succeed.
> +         jsFunctionName  The name of the javascript function which returns all fields of a certain type.
> +         jsFunction      The name of the javascript function which is passed the form for validation.
> +
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT validator (javascript?)>
> +<!ATTLIST validator name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator classname CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator method CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator methodParams CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator msg CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunctionName CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST validator jsFunction CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a JavaScript that can be used to perform
> +     client-side validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT javascript (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a static value that can be used as
> +     replacement parameters within "field" elements. The "constant-name" and
> +     "constant-value" elements define the constant's reference id and replacement
> +     value.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT constant (constant-name, constant-value)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +<!ELEMENT constant-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +      Defines a set of forms for a locale. Formsets for
> +      specific locales can override only those fields that change. The
> +      localization is properly scoped, so that a formset can override just the
> +      language, or just the country, or both.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT formset (constant*, form+)>
> +<!ATTLIST formset language CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset country CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST formset variant CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a set of fields to be validated. The name
> +     corresponds to the identifier the application assigns to the form.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT form (field*)>
> +<!ATTLIST form name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST form extends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines the properties to be validated. In a
> +     web application, a field would also correspond to a control on
> +     a HTML form. To validate the properties, the validator works through
> +     a JavaBean representation. The field element accepts these
> +     attributes:
> +
> +     property        The property on the JavaBean corresponding to this
> +                     field element.
> +
> +     depends         The comma-delimited list of validators to apply against
> +                     this field. For the field to succeed, all the
> +                     validators must succeed.
> +
> +     page            The JavaBean corresponding to this form may include
> +                     a page property. Only fields with a "page" attribute
> +                     value that is equal to or less than the page property
> +                     on the form JavaBean are processed. This is useful when
> +                     using a "wizard" approach to completing a large form,
> +                     to ensure that a page is not skipped.
> +                     [0]
> +
> +     indexedListProperty
> +                     The "indexedListProperty" is the method name that will
> +                     return an array or a Collection used to retrieve the
> +                     list and then loop through the list performing the
> +                     validations for this field.
> +
> +     clientValidation
> +                     If set to "false", the client is directed not to generate
> +                     any scripting for client-side validation.
> +                     [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT field (msg|arg|var)*>
> +<!ATTLIST field property CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST field depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field page CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field indexedListProperty CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST field clientValidation CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a custom message key to use when one of the
> +     validators for this field fails. Each validator has a default message
> +     property that is used when a corresponding field msg is not specified.
> +     Each validator applied to a field may have its own msg element.
> +     The msg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT msg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST msg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg name CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST msg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     Defines a replacement value to use with the
> +     message template for this validator or this field.
> +     The arg element accepts these attributes.
> +
> +      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
> +                         If not supplied, this argument will be used in the given
> +                         position for every validator.
> +
> +      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.
> +
> +      key         The key that will return the message template from a
> +                  resource bundle.
> +
> +      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
> +                  value rather than a bundle key.
> +                  [true]
> +
> +      position    The position of this replacement parameter in the message.
> +                  For example, position="0" will set the first argument.
> +
> +             N.B. Since 1.2.0 position is ignored for 'default' arguments
> +                  (i.e. those with no 'name' supplied) - it is calculated
> +                  automatically from the order the arguments are added in.
> +                  For 'overriden' arguments (i.e. those with a 'name')
> +                  it is optional. If 'position' is not supplied it will
> +                  use the position of the 'default' argument it follows.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT arg EMPTY>
> +<!ATTLIST arg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg name CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST arg position CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +<!--
> +     The "var" element can set parameters that a field may need to pass to
> +     one of its validators, such as the minimum and maximum values in a
> +     range validation. These parameters may also be referenced by one of the
> +     arg? elements using a shell syntax: ${var:var-name}.
> +
> +     N.B. resource ='true' indicates that the var-value is a resource key,
> +          with the option to specify the bundle name. Validator doesn't do
> +          anything itself with these values. Down-stream systems need
> +          to resolve resource values.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var (var-name, var-value, var-jstype?)>
> +<!ATTLIST var resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +<!ATTLIST var bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The name of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-name  (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +
> +
> +<!--
> +     The value of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-value (#PCDATA)>
> +
> +<!--
> +     The javascript type. Possible Values [int|string|regexp]
> +-->
> +<!ELEMENT var-jstype (#PCDATA)>
> +
>
> Propchange: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_4_0.dtd
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:eol-style = native
>
> Propchange: commons/cms-site/trunk/content/resources/dtds/validator_1_4_0.dtd
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     svn:keywords = Author Date Id Revision
>
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