Version: 19.06 +
The formula 'XsdMessages' returns the error-messages that result when an xml string is validated according to an xsd schema. If the xml is valid, it returns an empty string.
The full path to an Xsd file that is used to validate the xml string.
The Xml string to be validated
The namespace of the Xml. If omitted (that is, an empty string is defined), the (default) target namespace of the Xsd file is used. This behavior is often sufficient.
Suppose you want to receive the error-mesages when validating this xml string:
against this Xsd file, which is located in 'C:\temp\check.xsd':
http://www.ActuIT.nl/Futurama/WebService/Faculteit or empty string
If the Xml string is not properly-structured xml (for example, closing tag is missing), the formula will return the message: “The XML is not well formed and cannot be validated.”
- W3Schools: XML Schema Tutorial
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