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Submit a bug or feature For further API reference and developer documentation, see Java SE Documentation. That documentation contains more detailed, developer-targeted descriptions, with conceptual overviews, definitions of terms, workarounds, and working code examples. * @param output File Name The name of the file the result of the transformation is to be written to.ONJava Topics All Articles Best Practices Enterprise Java Beans Java and XML Java Data Objects Java EE (Enterprise) Java IDE Tools Java Media Java SE (Standard) Java Security Java Sys Admin JDO/JDBC/SQLJ JSP and Servlets Open Source Java P2P Java Web Services Wireless Java XSLT Processing with Java Pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 It turns out that writing a SAX parser is quite easy (our examples use SAX 2).* @throws Cilia Exception the metadata exception */ public static void write DOM(Document document, File file) throws Cilia Exception /** * Validates the xml string against a given scheme.* @param xml XML-Stringl * @throws Invalid Request Fault Exception Error while parsing * @throws Unexpected Fault Exception * @throws IOException A IOException */ public final void validate(final String xml) throws Invalid Request Fault Exception, Unexpected Fault Exception /** * Perform the transformation called from the main method.* @param xml File Name The name of an XML input file.

Embedding the processor into a Java application is generally a matter of including one or two JAR files on the CLASSPATH and then invoking the appropriate methods.

Each of these parsers is a standalone XML component that parses an XML document (or a standalone DTD or XML Schema) so that it can be processed by an application. The other language versions are discussed in later chapters.

Library and command-line versions are provided supporting the following standards and features: The parsers are available on all Oracle platforms.

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Oracle provides a set of XML parsers for Java, C, C , and PL/SQL.

Embedding the processor into a Java application is generally a matter of including one or two JAR files on the CLASSPATH and then invoking the appropriate methods.Each of these parsers is a standalone XML component that parses an XML document (or a standalone DTD or XML Schema) so that it can be processed by an application. The other language versions are discussed in later chapters.Library and command-line versions are provided supporting the following standards and features: The parsers are available on all Oracle platforms.Copyright © 1993, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle provides a set of XML parsers for Java, C, C , and PL/SQL.* @return A schema related to this input stream or null if the input Streamwas null or there was a parse error */ private static Schema obtain Schema(Input Stream input Stream) /** * Constructor which excepts the File location of the XSD.