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Enable/disable validation of input XML document via DOM-builder E-mail
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Validation is a process of checking the source XML document to correspond to the DOCTYPE it referes. If the document corresponds to its doc-type it is calles valid, otherwise the document is invalid. In order to tell the SAX to check the document for validity a correspodning property of DOM-builderfactory should be set to true, like follows:

  // create new factory is ordinary way:
  DocumentBuilderFactory factory = DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance();

  // specifies that the builder produced by this factory will
  // validate documents as they are parsed.
  factory.setValidating(true);

  
  // this loader will validate XML-input:
  DocumentBuilder loader = factory.newDocumentBuilder();


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