The W3C XML specification defines two types of conforming XML parsers: validating and non-validating (see Section 5.1, “Validating and Non-Validating Processors”).
Any parser that wants to be called capable of parsing XML 1.0 documents must at least satisfy the non-validating parser requirements.
This tool can also be used as an integrator certification tool to ensure that target type metadata conforms to acceptable standards.
ILINT allows you to perform two types of validation: static, which checks the correctness of your XML and dynamic, which checks the correctness of the data collected.
Successfully defining new Management Plug-in target definition files relies on accurate XML: It is essential that your Management Plug-in's target metadata and collection files be syntactically and structurally correct.
To assist you with developing your XML files, Enterprise Manager supplies an XML verification tool called ILINT.
JEdit is a java-based program and you will need to have a Standard Edition of Java installed and running on your machine. Edit 4.3 requires Sun's JDK 1.5.0 or later, while j Edit 4.2 is the last release to support Java 1.3 or 1.4.
To use j Edit, you need to have Java installed on your system.
W3C Members can also participate in the W3C XML Schema Interest Group, a forum for the discussion of technical issues relating to the development of XML Schema.
The XML Schema Working Group is closed, having completed its work successfully.
The specifications are now maintained by the W3C XML Core Working Group.
See also: Robin Cover's index of XML Schema materials.
XML Schema 1.1 (in two parts) is a W3C Recommendation.