This Java™ application can be used to check for compliance
of XML files with the DTDs (Document Type Definitions) specified in IEC Standard 61499-2. Such files are produced by
the FBDK or similar IEC 61499-compliant software tools.
XMLChecker.java source file is included in the
checker.jar file and is licensed for use under
the Academic Free License version 3.0.
- Download the
file into the FBDK home directory.
- Run the checker.jar by double-clicking on its icon or
selecting the Open option from its pop-up menu (or the
equivalent operation for Linux®).
- The XMLChecker application will check the contents of
all the files in the src subdirectory of the directory in
which it is installed, and recursively check the contents of all
subdirectories of the src subdirectory.
- If a file with non-compliant contents is found, the
application will open a dialog box identifying the path to the file and
the line and column numbers where the error was found.
- The error can be fixed by editing the file with an XML editor,
typically by removing all
elements in the file.
- Once the error has been fixed, the scan of files can be
re-started from the beginning by closing the dialog box and clicking on
the application's Restart button.
- If no files are found with errors, the application will
display a dialog box indicating a successful completion of the scan.
Last updated: 2011-01-20.
Licensed under the Academic
Free License version 3.0.
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