But "schemavalidate" thinks otherwise and throws ORA-31000. What it is more strange that if I intentionally made xml not valid then Oracle throws exception about that. But why I get ORA-31000 when xml seems to be valid? The schema name you pass to is Schema Valid has to match the name of the schema you registered exactly.
In one example I found that dbms_xdb.create Resource is called. Register Schema('Common Types Sti_v0.2.xsd', xdb URIType('/public/M55slik_v0.2.xsd')Clob()); Is this is different from just registering schema directly without dbms_xdb.create Resource first?
Operation Type should be Validate and Validation Type should be XSD.
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In most Business Applications we frequently find that the input to a System would be in the form of Xml Data Files.
The latter of those "things", validating XML against XML schemas is the subject of this post seeing as when talking to the gateway your messages have to have been validated against, often multiple, schemas.
Taking one of the more simple Companies House schemas, the one to get info about a company back from the gateway, Company Data Request (the full schema can be seen here), I constructed a sample string of XML to validate against the schema and went on to see what I needed to do from the Python side to execute the validation.
Each system on which Smart Connection or Content Station is run will have a file installed (see also Where can I find the file for Smart Connection? Configuring the file can be done in any (XML) editor such as Text Wrangler or Notepad , but it is important to verify if the XML code is valid when changes have been made.
Especially when URLs are configured, the risk of adding invalid characters is quite high.
A) XML Task, but the big downside is that it can't validate against XSD files with import or include tags. 3) XML Task editor Edit the XML Task and select the XML Connection Manager as input and the XSD Connection Manager as Second Operand.
In this post I will elaborate the XML Task solution and in the next post I will workout the Script Task solution.
Asked: March 30, 2017 - pm UTC Answered by: Chris Saxon - Last updated: April 03, 2017 - pm UTC Category: Database - Version: Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition Release 126.96.36.199.0 - 64bit Production I've registered schema and checked in Oracle and got result 0 (Schema does not match XSD) Then I used XMLSPY and Notepad plugin to check and result was that file is valid.
Only thing needed to do is to replace M55Types Sti_v0.1with M55Types Sti_v0.2There is code I used with Oracle(data from files is to big to paste here, but is easy to paste directly from zip file from link above) DECLARE l_Clob CLOB; l_Xml XMLTYPE := XMLTYPE(...); -- Copied file from /XML pavyzdžiai/MAI55_SLIK_XML_v01-- !!!
Register Schema('Iso Types Sti_v0.2.xsd', ...); -- Copied file body from /MAI_55_LT_XSD-v0.2/Iso Types Sti_v0.2Dbms_Xml Schema.