Validating xml using xsd
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Let's say I want to ensure each of the Player tags always follow the schema I want.
XML provides a great way to store objects and their attributes in a plain-text file.In this case, the XML Schema is to be found in the same folder as the XML Document.It is also possible to specify an absolute location, but beware that you must use URL syntax, not Path syntax.See the next section below for a description of the error message and how to fix validation errors with the smart fixes of XMLSpy.if you do not want these suggestions to be displayed.Otherwise, a message that describes the error is displayed.
You can click on the links in the error message to jump to the node in the XML document where the error was found.Adam is a Microsoft Windows Power Shell MVP, 2015 Power Shell hero and has numerous Microsoft IT pro certifications.He is a writer, trainer and presenter and authors IT pro course content for Pluralsight.It's not mandatory but you can always create a schema definition file known as a XSD file to validate the XML file against a particular schema.By doing so, this enforces the XML to meet certain criteria before it is read by Power Shell.To use this tool, I'll copy the contents of my XML file in there and then copy and paste out the XSD file generated. I then recommend downloading the Power Shell Community Extensions module where you'll find the Test-Xml function. You'll then find once you fix the error and make that Mickey Mantle card look like all the others Test-Xml will then return a True value indicating that the XML file does, indeed, match the XSD.