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Hi,

I'm using XML::Xerces module. FYI, here is a sub that does the trick for my current project:

use constant SPIRIT_VERSION => '1.2'; use constant SPIRIT_URL => 'http://www.spiritconsortium.org/XMLSch +ema/SPIRIT/' . SPIRIT_VERSION; =head2 validate_file validate_file ( $file, $ressucitate ) Validates SPIRIT DOM against its XML-Schema. Uses document URI unless +$ENV{SOCK_SCHEMA_LOCATION} is defined. Backbone is Apache Xerces library, only used in SOCK for validation pu +rposes. Expires unless $ressucitate is set. Returns validation errors. =cut sub validate_file { my ( $file, $ressucitate ) = @_; assert_nonblank $_[0]; if ( $ENV{SOCK_SCHEMA_LOCATION} ) { expire "Could not find any '$ENV{SOCK_SCHEMA_LOCATION}' directory! +" unless -d $ENV{SOCK_SCHEMA_LOCATION}; } say "Validating '$file' file..."; XML::Xerces::XMLPlatformUtils::Initialize (); my $parser = XML::Xerces::SAXParser->new; my $options = { setDoNamespaces => 1, setDoSchema => 1, setErrorHandler => XML::Xerces::PerlErrorHandler-> +new, setExitOnFirstFatalError => 0, setExternalSchemaLocation => SPIRIT_URL . ' ' . ( $ENV{SOCK_ +SCHEMA_LOCATION} || SPIRIT_URL ) . '/index.xsd', setValidationConstraintFatal => 0, setValidationSchemaFullChecking => 1, setValidationScheme => $XML::Xerces::AbstractDOMParser +::Val_Always, }; $parser->$_ ( $options->{$_} ) for keys %$options; eval { $parser->parse ( $file ) }; my $error = $@; $error = $error->getMessage if ref $error; XML::Xerces::XMLPlatformUtils::Terminate (); if ( $error ) { $error =~ s/ERROR:/Validation error:/; $error =~ s/\s+ at .+ line \d+\n//; $error =~ s/\n/\n--- /g; expire $error unless $ressucitate; counsel $error; } say "Done."; $error; }

HTH.

Cheers,

X.

In reply to Re: xml file validation by maspalio
in thread xml file validation by valavanp

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