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Chapter 16. XML DTD and Document Validation > Checking Your DTD Using DXP

Checking Your DTD Using DXP

DXP stands for Datachannel XML Parser and is based on NXP (Norbert Mikula's XML Parser), one of the first XML parsers. DXP is written in Java, which is the most popular language for the development of XML parsers. You can use this parser to make sure your XML documents are both well formed and valid.

How to Install DXP

You can download DXP from http://www.datachannel.com/. You need to click through several pages to get to the actual download page. Once there, you should look for the file DXP.zip (about 535KB in size). In addition to the necessary Java class files, you'll find a fair amount of documentation and examples.


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