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Hi All,

Im bit new to XML world, so I may asking dumb questions here.. sorry for that :)

Im getting search request through a XML file, I should extract those search parameters from it and perform the search against the DB and populate results back in a XML file. When creating this response XML file I must adhere to the given XSD file.

Here what I wanted to know is, Constructing the response message in XML while adhering to the XSD. How can I do this using a XSLT?


And whole this process should happen in programmatically in Java.

Any help will be greatly appreciated...

Any ideas for this..?

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If you want to be sure that your result document conforms to a schema, use an XSLT 2.0 schema-aware transformation; use xsl:import-schema to import the schema, and use validation='strict' on the outermost element written to the result tree. Of course, this only validates that the output you are generating conforms to the schema; it won't generate the output for you.
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If you want to be sure that your result document conforms to a schema, use an XSLT 2.0 schema-aware transformation; use xsl:import-schema to import the schema, and use validation='strict' on the outermost element written to the result tree. Of course, this only validates that the output you are generating conforms to the schema; it won't generate the output for you.
Thanks for the help, Will do as you said.. :)
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