Validating empty data from xml files

This paper provides an introduction to Schematron; an innovative XML validation language developed by Rick Jelliffe.

This innovation stems from selecting an alternative approach to validation than existing schema languages: Schematron uses a tree pattern based paradigm, rather than the regular grammars used in DTDs and XML schemas.

and Warning: Could not find schema information for the element 'Root'.

Warning: Could not find schema information for the element 'Other'.

Warning: Could not find schema information for the element 'City'.

Warning: Could not find schema information for the element 'Country'.

The initial section of this paper conducts a brief overview of tree pattern validation, and some of the advantages it has in comparison to a regular grammar approach.

No matter what I do, this validation routine returns warnings against both a proper and improper Xml structure. Validation Event Args e) Here's my XSD: target Namespace=" Schema.xsd" element Form Default="qualified" xmlns=" Schema.xsd" xmlns:mstns=" Schema.xsd" xmlns:xs=" I get: Warning: Could not find schema information for the element 'Root'.

Here's my code to validate: private void btn Validate_Click(object sender, Event Args e) void settings_Validation Event Handler(object sender, System. Warning: Could not find schema information for the element 'Person'.

This paper introduces the Schematron language and the available implementations.

An overview of the architecture, with a view to producing customised versions is also provided.

The general intent behind this paper is to furnish the reader with a broad overview of both Schematron and its approach to validation.

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