0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 20, 2015 10:16 AM by jreinsch

    inconsistent info on validating XML against its own DTD



      inconsistent info on validating XML against its own DTD


      At http://www.filemaker.com/help/html/import_export.16.30.html the following text appears:

      "Before importing the XML, FileMaker Pro uses a Xerces-based XML parser and a Xalan-based XSLT processor to perform the following checks for errors in the XML (and any XSL):
      Verifies that the XML is well-formed. For more information, see the XML specification at http://www.w3.org/XML/.
      Validates the incoming XML data source against its document type definition (DTD) if one is specified."

      Similar language appears at http://www.filemaker.com/help/html/import_export.16.17.html.

      However, I can't find any comparable claim in the 14 Advanced help. Instead, there is only "The XML that you import must conform to the FileMaker FMPXMLRESULT document type definition (DTD). If your XML is in a different format, you can apply an Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSLT) style sheet during import to transform your XML into the FMPXMLRESULT grammar."

      When importing XML, does FileMaker in fact validate it against the XML's own DTD, prior to applying any xslt stylesheet?