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All you have to do is use a parser that has DTD validation enabled: option, which loads the DTD and weaves attribute default values into the document.Again, no validation is performed unless explicitly requested.
For example: How you handle invalid data is up to you; moving forward with invalid data could present a security risk for both your organization and the user.Kris also provides a server side JSON Schema validation routine within his Common JS Utils project on Git Hub.I've installed this project using NPM for Node JS: // Require Sys and File System var sys = require('sys'), fs = require('fs'); // Require package var validate = require('commonjs-utils/json-schema').validate; // Load a schema by which to validate File('schema.json',function(err,data) ); The server side uses the exact same schema and data as the client side, so your web application can be covered on both fronts.Valijson provides a simple validation API that allows you to load JSON Schemas, and validate documents loaded by one of several supported parser libraries.The goal of this project is to support validation of all constraints available in JSON Schema v4, while being competitive with the performance of a hand-written schema validator.Identifying and resolving errors in your project can be time consuming and frustrating.
Fortunately, Oxygen provides functions that make error identification fast and easy.
JSON Schema is still a draft but I think Kris has done an outstanding job in creating the draft and coding server and client side validators.
Recently we decided to make some updates to our web app. NET/C#, while the back end is all in Java and using REST APIs as the interface.
When creating XML documents, errors can be introduced.
Working with large projects or a vast number of files increases the probability that errors will occur.
Most developers assume the JSON provide is not only error-free also in the proper format. Let me show you how Kris Zyp's JSON Schema can help you validate JSON on both the client and server sides.