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From David Graham <>
Subject Re: [validator] validator dtd or schema
Date Wed, 10 Sep 2003 20:31:32 GMT
--- Qin Ding <> wrote:
> Here is my goal: validation.xml contains all the user-defined the
> validation requirements for each bean and every fields for a given bean.
> In
> a validation report, I need to list the requirements and the validation
> results. To do that,  I am thinking to use XML binding tool to create
> java
> objects based on validation dtd or schema; and then I can populate the
> generated java object using the validation.xml.  After that, I can get
> the
> rules for each bean from java to velocity report.
> I use Sun's JAXB tool to build java objects based on validation_1_1.dtd.
> However, when I tried to generate the java files, I got the error
> stating
> that validation_1_1.dtd is not well-formed (first line).
> Now, my questions:
> (1) is validation_1_1.dtd the latest version? 


>I saw in the common line I
> need to use validator_1_0.dtd.  So, I tried that file. I still got the
> same
> error.
> (2) does validation.xml have schema file (ie xsd file)?  


> If so, where I
> can
> get a copy of the schema?
> (3) how does validator handling xml to java internally?  Is there an
> easy
> way to extract the rules from validation.xml?

Validator uses Commons Digester to turn validation.xml files into Java
objects.  See the ValidatorResources constructor for an example.


> Please advise me. Thank you very much.
> Qin
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