Filter Input Stream which can read the input stream from the file until it finds the DTD reference and skips it. You may have to do a bit of fiddling to make the parser happy with the start of the input stream. If you're running this program in an environment where you can't access it because of a firewall or something, then go somewhere else and download it so you have a local copy.
Bill But your post suggests this is log4you are asking about. Then use the Entity Resolver to resolve to that local copy.
This section looks at the process of XML Schema validation.
Although a full treatment of XML Schema is beyond the scope of this tutorial, this section shows you the steps you take to validate an XML document using an XML Schema definition.
Includes: Author: Aleksey Sanin and Daniel Veillard Demonstrate the use of xml Reader For File() to parse an XML file validating the content in the process and activating options like entities substitution, and DTD attributes defaulting.
(Note that the XMLReader functions require libxml2 version later than 2.6.)Includes: Author: Daniel Veillard Demonstrate the use of xml Reader For File() to parse an XML file and dump the informations about the nodes found in the process.
(Note that the XMLReader functions require libxml2 version later than 2.6.)Includes: Usage:reader3Author: Daniel Veillard Demonstrate the use of xml Reader For File() and xml Reader New File to parse XML files while reusing the reader object and parser context.
The Error Handler used for the examples is a very simple one which reports the error to and continues until the XML document has been fully parsed or until a fatal-error has been reported.
Namespaces have been introduced to XML after the first specification of XML had received the official W3C Recommendation status.
Now that the program is ready to validate with an XML Schema definition, it is necessary only to ensure that the XML document is associated with (at least) one.
There are two ways to do that: , which stands for "XML Schema instance." The second line specifies the schema to use for elements in the document that do not have a namespace prefix-that is, for the elements you typically define in any simple, uncomplicated XML document.