XML-Editors with pluggable validation

heiko.grussbach at crpht.lu heiko.grussbach at crpht.lu
Thu Sep 9 11:09:40 BST 1999


XML-Editors usually let you edit an XML file, so that its valid against its
corresponding DTD. How about application specific validation. Just an
example, I want to make sure that an element "DATE" in the XML-Document
contains a valid date, but I don't want to express what a "valid date" is
in the DTD. So, whenever a user finishes editing a DATE element, my
application code would have to be executed to see, if the text entered by
the user is valid. Has anyone seen such an editor?


Heiko.Grussbach at crpht.lu

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