validating XML against an XSD string

Discussion in 'Java' started by JavaProgrammer@nowhere.com, Aug 29, 2003.

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    I'm using the 'SAXParser' class to validate an XML file against an XSD file.
    To specify the full path and name of the XSD file, I use the 'setProperty()'
    method. What I need to find out is how to specify the XSD as an XML String
    (the String is generated at run-time, and I want to avoid creating a file on
    the server). Is this possible?


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