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Most developers assume the JSON provide is not only error-free also in the proper format. Let me show you how Kris Zyp's JSON Schema can help you validate JSON on both the client and server sides.
JSON Schema is a standard (currently in draft) which provides a coherent schema by which to validate a JSON "item" against.
Identifying and resolving errors in your project can be time consuming and frustrating.
Fortunately, Oxygen provides functions that make error identification fast and easy.
Most of the XML schema-related errors are reported with a descriptive message and also a pointer (URL) to the exact location in the W3C XML Schema specification that is related to that error.
This saves a lot of time by having easy access to more details about a particular error or by having its schema specification just a click away.
One pair of programmers was assigned the task of updating the web app and the other pair was assigned the task of writing the new REST service used by the web app.
To ensure that both sides would be able to talk to each other when completed, we wrote an XML Schema to act as our contract and placed it in an SVN external available to both projects.
Again, no validation is performed unless explicitly requested.
In our functional test for the REST client side code (.
NET/C#) we used a stub from which we could grab the XML being sent.
If you want to validate an XML document against a DTD that is not referenced by the document itself, you can use the keyword argument to parse from a file.
This also enables correct handling of include files from within the Relax NG parser.