Online tool for validating xml against xsd
Two alternative answers: 1) If your W3C XML Schema document is available on the web, you can give the XSV web form both the instance URI and the schema document URI and it will validate for you 2) If not, you can download and install an rpm and run it from the command line Detailed instructions for both approaches are at .
It does NOT check for the validity of the document against a schema. --schema schema Use a W3C XML Schema file named schema for validation. $ xmllint --version xmllint: using libxml version 20611 compiled with: DTDValid FTP HTTP HTML C14N Catalog XPath XPointer XInclude Iconv Unicode Regexps Automata Schemas Regards, -- Steffen Beyer [...] W3C's online validator is merely a web interface to openjade.
Smart Fix provides options for fixing XML validation errors that you can apply automatically, with a single click.
In the margin of Text View as well as in the Smart Fix pane of the XML validator message window, XMLSpy enumerates the possible corrections for fixing each error and will make the required changes automatically based on your selection.
In addition to Smart Fix, the XML validator includes numerous features for helping you create valid XML documents and validate existing XML files quickly and easily.
The multi-tabbed XML validator window offers detailed information about any errors in your document or XML project, and a handy toolbar in the XML validator window lets you easily navigate through, search for, and copy error information as needed.