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software for checking the validity of web.xml

 
david hu
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I am looking for a software that can check the validity of web.xml, so I know it is well-formed. Can anyone suggest me one for JSp and servlet deployment?
 
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If the web.xml is not well-formed, you will get errors from Tomcat. Why the need for another tool?
 
Edwin Keeton
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If you want to be fancy, you can use an xml editor. There are many to choose from.
 
Hassan Schnieder
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Hello,
I've been using eclipse IDE and it gives me plenty of errors when something is malformed. so, use an IDE... eclipse is good. netbeans ... etc.

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Hassan
 
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A few years ago I bought XMLspy - expensive but great functionality for all sorts of XML related tasks. Altova now has a free "home edition" downloable.
Bill
 
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