Java provides three different methods for parsing XML.
String res Path = "/xml/data.xml"; Input Stream in = sample.Resource As Stream(res Path); if ( in == null ) throw new Exception("resource not found: " res Path); Document document = builder.parse(in); This article explained how to parse XML using a DOM Parser in Java.
You probably already found your answer but for others like me who arrive at this thread. SAX doesn't really seem to have a real specification (the spec is their website saxproject.org).
At least I didn't find any reference in a spec or javadoc (maybe I overlooked) that is Validating should be in sync with the validation feature.
Copyright © 1993, 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Let us learn how parse XML in Java using a DOM parser. Parsing an XML file using a DOM Parser refers to obtaining a DOM Object from the XML data.The DOM object can then be queries for various XML artifacts like elements, attributes, text nodes, etc.This is the reason why (most of the) XML parser implementations do not support XML Namespaces by default, to handle the validation of XML documents with namespaces correctly it is therefore necessary to configure the underlying parsers to provide support for XML Namespaces.) as defined below has been used in the code examples to validate the input document.
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XMLDocument Fragment Scanner Impl$Fragment Content Dispatcher.dispatch(XMLDocument Fragment Scanner Impl.java:1794) at org.apache.xerces.