Using the exact XML & XSD from this example worked and i realized what i was doing wrong.I didn't realize that the was actually reading the XSD from my hard drive from the same subdir as the XML file and validating. Just an FYI, if you use nested schemas and refer other schema using relative path such as foo\abc.xsd, make sure that you use forward slash(/) instead of backward slash (\) when validating in NPP Xml Tools plugin.Most document types are subject to constraints that cannot be expressed with XML Schema. Don't hesitate to send suggestions and comments to Christoph Schneegans ([email protected]).This validator tries to check these as well, which makes its results much more applicable to real-world applications: namespaces in . Are there tool or libraries that we can use for automated testing to check that the generated XML matches the schema?Our development language is C if that makes any difference, although I don't think it should as we could generate the xml file and then do validation by calling a separate program in the test.If you use backward slash, it gives schema parsing error but forward slash works fine.At the office we are currently writing an application that will generate XML files against a schema that we were given. We would prefer free tools that are appropriate for commercial use although we won't be bundling the schema checker so it only needs to be usable by devs during development.
Other XML "validation" features work but there is no way to validate against an XSD.HTML browsers are allowed to display HTML documents with errors (like missing end tags). A "well formed" XML document is not the same as a "valid" XML document. In addition, it must conform to a document type definition.The XML schema support in the XML schema editor is based on the W3C XML Schema Recommendation Specification.Each constraint has a unique name that will be referenced in the error message.For example, if you receive an error message with this text: and you searched in the Structure document for the text, you would find that it is for the section "Schema Component Constraint: Complex Type Definition Properties Correct".