:) let $clear := validation:clear-grammar-cache() let $result := if (validation:validate($doc, $schema)) then "PASS" else "FAIL" return There are two important points about this XML Schema.
The target Namespace=" attribute indicates that this XML Schema is targeting the
e Xist come with default setting that may prevent files from being added that are associated with a namespace once a schema is saved in the registry.
Please be aware of these factors that are documented here.
The element Form Default="qualified" attribute indicates that as the XML parser reads the root of the file, the target namespace should be used.
Without these two attributes the validation will not work.
Some editors, including Emacs, can interpret this format and let you jump to the errors in the original file.
This interface shows errors displayed inline alongside the HTML source of the page.
The interface is an interactive editor: changes to the html source result in interactive revalidation.
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When you place the mouse over the icon, a popup appears that lists available smart fixes.