XML validation against XSD schema

Brendan Eich brendan at mozilla.org
Thu Jun 7 11:28:00 PDT 2012

This is not a candidate for the core language standard, ECMA-262. Even 
E4X, ECMA-357, a standard that failed to win adoption in browsers other 
than Firefox, cannot validate against schema.

This is where you want a JS library. There are many choices, although 
I'm no XML expert:



Christian Mayer wrote:
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> Developing a ECMAScript based rich application I came across the
> problem to validate a XML based config file against a XSD to be able
> to leave out error handling during the config file processing in my code.
> But it seems there's no standardized way to it...
> Did I miss something or is such a fundamental building block really
> missing? (Could it be added to the standard?)
> With kind regards,
> Chris
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