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XML Document Validation Service 

XML Document Validation Service  http://www.stg.brown.edu/pub/xmlvalid/ 

STG lead(s): Richard Goerwitz

This service validates XML document instances according to the February 1998 W3C XML 1.0 specification. It is based on an extensive custom-written XML validation engine available locally as a command-line utility (xmlparse). The C code written for this service forms the basis for the Open eBook Validator as well. 


Research domains: document architecture and markup systems 
Type: tool 
Components and related resources:
XML Validation Service Technical Report  http://www.stg.brown.edu/pub/xmlvalid/XML.tr98.2.shtml 

STG involvement initiated: October 1998   Status:maintenance 
Contact:STG_info@brown.edu 

  Record last modified: 13-Sep-2005 


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