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When you specify this option, XMLBeans with throw an exception when your code invalidates the XML through a set* method.Note that you can't specify an error listener for use in conjunction with this means of validating.Here is the relevant code on the page: Thanks, i was using Safari but have just tested in Chrome and it works there!Is there anything i can do to improve compatibility or is the limitation when using HTML 5 validation?But these failures and messages don't result from validation.Instead, all XMLBeans is doing is a not-very-deep check to see if the instance to the XMLBeans type generated from schema.// During validation, errors are added to the Array List for // retrieval and printing by the print Errors method.boolean is Valid = my Doc.validate(validation Options); // Print the errors if the XML is invalid. is Valid) By default, an XML instance will not be validated at run time as your code makes changes.
Likewise, you'll get messages for other mismatches between the shape of my Xml and the XML shape described by the schema.In other words, the checking done at the parsing stage is simply a "low bar" effort to avoid trouble down the road.Validation, on the other hand, is designed to verify that the instance conforms completely to the schema.After validation (and if the instance is found to be invalid) you can examine the errors.
Here's an example: // Set up the validation error listener.However, you can change this behavior for limited on-the-fly validation.