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>If there is a problem anywhere in the start tag then I would certainly
There is nothing wrong with the tag. It's just the value of the element that
is wrong. So, it's perfectly correct that a SAXParseException is thrown. But
I expect the SAXParseException after the startElement event.
Anyway, my main problem is that i would like to compose a user-friendly
error. Therefore, the SAXParseException.getMessage() could provide me one.
But that message is not user-friendly. So the other possibility is to get
the element's name when the SAXParseException occurs. Then I could return a
message that something is wrong with the value of a particular element. The
last possibility is to define a custom error message in the xsd which is
validating my xml. But unfortunately, I read on the internet that that is
not possible (yet).
So, any suggestion or help is welcome! I find it very difficult to believe
that it's not possible to return a user-friendly message.
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