Internet Explorer doesn't do this by default, but MSXML (which is the
underlying XML parser for IE) can do validation. You can access the MSXML
COM interfaces using VB, VB Script or JScript or C++. Using Windows Script
host you could probably knock up a script file to validate XML files pretty
See http://msdn.microsoft.com/library, and in the contents pane navigate
down to XML Web Services\XML Core\MSXML
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From: Ingo Weiss [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 17 June 2002 12:30
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: XML/DTD validation how?
I am just getting started with XML and looking for a way to
validate my XML against my DTD. Internet Explorer seems to not do
this, am I right? At least it doesn't complain even if the XML
doesn't conform to my DTD.
The validator should be either for Mac OS (that's what I am
working on), or web based, like W3C's HTML validator (or maybe
this is another reason to finally move on to Mac OS X??)
Is there anything out there?