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   Re: Any parsers support multiple validation errors from validation?

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  • From: richard@cogsci.ed.ac.uk (Richard Tobin)
  • To: xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: 22 Jun 2000 22:27:26 GMT

In article <NEBBICJKPPBBECBMEBLLEEJHFBAA.dorchard@jamcracker.com>,
David Orchard <dorchard@jamcracker.com> wrote:

>Perhaps RTFM question, but I'd like to get multiple errors back from
>validating a document.  Typical use case is where an address has an error in
>the zip code and the telephone # fields, and I'd like to report both to the
>user, not the first.  Ideally an XML Schema parser :-)

I would expect all validating parsers to do this, at least by default.
My parser (RXP) does, and so does our prototype schema validator.  There
are some cases where this might not happen; for example it is probably
best not to report the same undeclared element every time it occurs.

-- RIchard

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