Download binary distribution from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=164464.
Unpack the ZIP archive into some directory.
jnvdl.bat batch file for
invoking JNVDL. The easiest way to run NVDL validation is to use
You will need Java 1.5 to run JNVDL. The whole application is
written in pure Java, so you can run it on any Java enabled
system. You can look inside
jnvdl.bat to see which
files must be on the classpath in order to run JNVDL.
By default JNVDL dispatches requests for validation to MSV. But
validation of particular schema language can be directed to other
validator if necessary. This configuration can be controlled using
Java properties. File
jnvdl-xerces.bat shows how
to use Xerces for WXS validation. This can be very useful change as
MSV doesn't support all WXS features.
If you have questions related to JNVDL, please use JNVDL mailing list. If you found bug in JNVDL, please file it as a bug. Do not forget to attach all files necessary for reproducing the bug – namely NVDL script, XML document and all schemas referenced from NVDL.
NVDL implements JAXP 1.3 validation API, so it is very easy to use it in your own Java programs. JNVDL is released under BSD-like license, you can find full source code inside CVS repository.