Can anyone give me some advice on how I can validate marshalled XML to make sure it conforms to the XSD schema. If you are looking to verify the Java objects generate valid XML according to a schema, look at the JAXB-Verification project: https://java.net/ It is a JAXB RI plugin to xjc that will generate an Object Verifier implementation for the XML schema.
This avoids having to marshal the Java objects in order to validate the XML.
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Instances of those interfaces can be created from a object so that it is capable of managing the schema derived interfaces.
The client application must supply a context path which is a list of colon (':') separated java package names that contain schema derived classes.
Birt version(both local as on the server) is 188.8.131.52 According to the manual the itext jar is used for pdf generation.
I've been looking for solutions to this problem for far too long considering how easy it sounds so I've come for some help.
JAXB generates code automatically so you can go about the business of processing data instead of parsing it. It provides an abstraction for managing the XML-Java binding information necessary to implement the JAXB binding framework operations: unmarshal, marshal and validate.