Validating content from xml files
While performing dynamic validation, ILINT executes the specified metric and checks for errors using all properties (dynamic and static).ILINT then generates an output table containing: In order for the Enterprise Manager Grid Control console to display metrics for a specific target type, syntactic rules must be followed.ILINT can also be used to verify that the current version of a metadata file is compatible with an earlier version of the same metadata file.This compatibility check is stringent: Two target metadata files being compared by ILINT must be syntactically identical.Generating Syntactically Formatted XML Output ILINT optionally allows you to generate a syntactically consistent view of a metadata file.For more information on ILINT options and generating valid XML, see "Generating Syntactically Correct XML".XMLDOM") xml Doc.async="false" xml Doc.validate On Parse="true" xml Doc.load("note_dtd_error.xml") document.write("Error Code: ") document.write(xml Doc.parse Error.error Code) document.write("Error Reason: ") document.write(xml Doc.parse Error.reason) document.write("Error Line: ") document.write(xml Doc.parse Error.line)var xml Doc = new Active XObject("Microsoft.
Make sure that the DOCTYPE directive specifying the relative path to the appropriate DTD is included in each XML file.
Heuristic Constraint Checks' Dynamic validation involves running specific metrics through the fetchlets to validate correctness and view output.
Dynamic validation allows you to check the correctness of the data collected for a target type.
XML Validation - Document Type Definition by Jan Egil Refsnes Using a DTD is the formal way to describe a valid XML document.
XML support in Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator by Jan Egil Refsnes About the support for XML in the two most famous browsers.To assist you with developing your XML files, Enterprise Manager supplies an XML verification tool called ILINT.