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What is the single Java Validation Mechanism for all kinds of sources ?

 
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Requirement :-

I've two scenarios:-

1.) Date Validation of an XML File after XSD validation has been done.
2.) Validating a form with a no. data validations.


What I want :-

I don't want to repeat the code for both cases. I want a single way to implement validation of file and JSP forms using the same code and mechanism.

Please help.

NOTE :- For Business Validation, I will be using DB Procedures.

PS :- I am using Spring Framework with Spring Data JPa
 
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I'm not sure if anyone else has a better solution, but have you checked out the JavaBean Validation API?

The Bean Validation annotation (and any custom constraints you choose to define) can be used with JSF, unmarshalled XML, and within POJO classes. The Spring framework also supports Bean Validation.
 
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