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stanman109

Understanding errors in XML

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Hi everyone,

 

I'm a beginner in XML and I'm still learning the basics. I need to find how many errors are in the following XML document:

  1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" standalone="yes"?>
  2. <!DOCTYPE université [ <!ELEMENT université (faculté*,description*)*>
  3. <!ELEMENT faculté (département*)> <!ELEMENT département EMPTY>
  4. <!ATTLIST département nom CDATA #REQUIRED xmlnote (vide|plein) "plein">
  5. <!ATTLIST université téléphone ID #REQUIRED> ]>
  6. <université téléphone="514-4321" xml:lang="fr"> <description>La plus grande.</description>
  7. <faculté nom="sciences"> <département nom="mathématiques"></département>
  8. <département nom="sociologie" xmlnote="vide"/> </faculté> </université>
Eclipse flagged the following errors:
  • Attribute "nom" must be declared for element type "faculté". (line 7)
  • Attribute "xml:lang" must be declared for element type "université". (line 6)
  • Attribute value "514-4321" of type ID must be a name. (line 6)

 

Could someone kindly explain those errors and what I did wrong? Is it possible that more errors than the ones Eclipse flagged are in the file? What validation tools do you guys use?

 

Thank you very much in advance!

Edited by stanman109

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