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Hi pals, I am in urget neeed.

Acctuly, I am validating the XML with XSD, my problem is When we validate It required a Name of the XML(file path), but I am generating the XML by code, so its in a string,It will show the error at runtime.

What I need is - Is there is any method which will takes the String contents as parameter...
(or)
any converter this available...



Any point would be highly appricated...

Prasanna
[ August 04, 2006: Message edited by: prasanna kanth ]
 
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If you just look a little more deeply into the StreamSource javadocs you will see that any InputStream or Reader can be used. See java.io.StringReader for the missing part.
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Hi,

Thanks for your valuable time & your point.
I just converted a String into a reader, now this working fine...




With Cheers,
Prasanna T
[ August 16, 2006: Message edited by: prasanna kanth ]
 
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