In the following tutorial we explain how you can validate an XML document against an XSD Schema using JDOM.
We see two examples, first we see how you can validate against an XSD schema with a reference inside the XML document.
The validator will report fatal errors, non-fatal errors and warnings.
Paste here the XML of a SAML Message (Authn Request, SAML Response, Logout Request or Logout Response) or the metadata of a SAML entity and then check if it matches the schema.In this example we are going to validate if the package org.kodejava.example.xml; import sax. An XSD Schema is used to validate an XML document, it describes what elements, attributes, types are allowed and in which order. URL; public class Validate Xml Against Xsd package com.jdom; import org.jdom2. All source code included in the card Validate an XML document against an XSD schema with Ruby and Nokogiri is licensed under the license stated below.This includes both code snippets embedded in the card text and code that is included as a file attachment.