Tool for validating xml against xsd
Altova XMLSpy is the only XML editor with the revolutionary, patented Smart Fix validation functionality.Smart Fix provides options for fixing XML validation errors that you can apply automatically, with a single click.
Paste here the XML of a SAML Message (Authn Request, SAML Response, Logout Request or Logout Response) or the metadata of a SAML entity and then check if it matches the schema.In addition, as you work, intelligent XML editor features such as context-sensitive code completion and entry helper features offer you valid choices based on the content model and your location in a document.In addition to Smart Fix, the XML validator includes numerous features for helping you create valid XML documents and validate existing XML files quickly and easily.Errors from the XSLT compiler are shown as red wavy underlines.When editing an XML Schema file, the file located in the schema cache is used for validation.This functionality makes Raptor XML Server even more useful for development teams, because they can now take advantage of a single, shared Raptor XML Server to greatly speed up large validation jobs in XMLSpy.
Stylus Studio® allows you to easily validate XML documents against any data model defined using W3C XSD, using any major XSD Validator, including MSXML 3.0, MSXML 4.0, MSXML 6.0, Xerces-J, Xerces-C, Microsoft System.
The multi-tabbed XML validator window offers detailed information about any XML validation errors in your document or XML project, and a handy toolbar in the XML validator window lets you easily navigate through, search for, and copy error information as needed.
The XML validator in XMLSpy is powered by the Altova Raptor XML validation engine, which was written from the ground up to provide the closest possible standards conformance coupled with fast validation speeds.
By Richard Mah and Nitin Dahyabhai Created on December 22, 2004 Last updated on March 24, 2008 The Web Tools Platform includes validation tools for XML, DTD, and XML Schema files.
This tutorial demonstrates how validation can be invoked manually or automatically during builds.
Red wavy underlines highlight any XML 1.0 well-formed errors.