(2) rdcpro: Here is how I create my validating parser Xerces DOMParser *Create Full Validating Parser( const XMLCh *schema ) I saw in the docs that "set Do Validation" is a deprecated function and that's why it is commented out in my code. (3) savalou: I just reposted this question after you answered the other one because I thought that I should reformulate it.
Like I said before, I do not generate these XML messages so it is not my task to make sure they are correct.
If you look at it this way, table names are always unique in a database because the schema owner is actually part of the table name.
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It does not affect the level of checking performed on document instances that use Schema grammars.
see: set Do Schema void set Do Namespaces(const bool) true: Perform Namespace processing. default: false note: If the validation scheme is set to Val_Always or Val_Auto, then the document must contain a grammar that supports the use of namespaces.
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void set Do Schema(const bool) true: Enable the parser's schema support. default: false note If set to true, namespace processing must also be turned on.