This package is also available in Java 1.3 and later when you install JAXP 1.3 separately.
Among other products, an implementation of this library is included with Xerces 2.8. If you validate in multiple threads simultaneously, make sure each one has its own However, normally this isn't what you want.
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It enables you to quickly check that input is roughly in the form you expect and quickly reject any document that is too far away from what your process can handle.
If there's a problem with the data, it's better to find out earlier than later.
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In the context of Extensible Markup Language (XML), validation normally involves writing a detailed specification for the document's contents in any of several schema languages such as the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) XML Schema Language (XSD), RELAX NG, Document Type Definitions (DTDs), and Schematron.
Sometimes validation is performed while parsing, sometimes immediately after.
XSD (XML Schema Definition) represent the content model or grammar of an XML document.
XML schema defines the elements that form an XML document.