Validating vs non validating parsers with xml
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Figure 4-1 shows an XML document inputting XML Parser for Java.
The DOM or SAX parser interface parses the XML document.
These are sent together with the parsed XML to the XSLT Processor where the selected stylesheet is applied and the transformed (new) XML document is then output.
In the preceding examples, the values of the two instances of the sex attribute are "male" and "female".
The classes and methods used to parse an XML document are illustrated in the following diagrams: The V2 versions of the XML Parsers include an integrated XSL Transformation (XSLT) Processor for transforming XML data using XSL stylesheets. Namespaces are a mechanism to resolve or avoid name collisions between element types (tags) or attributes in XML documents.
Using the XSLT processor, you can transform XML documents from XML to XML, XML to HTML, or to virtually any other text-based format. This mechanism provides "universal" namespace element types and attribute names whose scope extends beyond this manual.
If the XSD is publicly available using HTTP and referenced through a "schema Location" or "no Namespace Schema Location", then the validator will pick it up and it doesn't need to be specified/uploaded.
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