Validating text files
The Oxygen Validation Scenarios are very powerful and solve numerous important issues when working with XML markup and XML-related technologies.
They also allow you to work with modules and perform multiple validations with one action.
When you edit documents that are intended to be public or should work no matter what engine is used, it is best to check them against all engines they will be used with.
The Oxygen Validation Scenarios allow you to specify multiple validations to be performed and which engine to use for each validation.
Some of these editors also support the ability to click on a message in the output window and be taken to the proper line number in the document. Note that this requires CSS HTML Validator v16.0205 or greater.
If the syntax of your current file is set to XSLT, Exalt automatically validates the file against Norman Walsh's Relax NG grammars for XSLT stylesheets.
Suppose that you are working with a large XML document that you decide to split into multiple files and use external entities to merge those files into a master document.
Developers: It's easy to support CSS HTML Validator in your own applications.
Some editors support an 'output window' that can show the messages from CSS HTML Validator.
By default, the validation of a document is done by using a processor (XML parser, XSLT transformer, XQuery engine, etc.) to analyze the current file.
The validation scenario allows you to specify a set of files to validate, the processor to use for each file, and whether or not to perform continuous validation.