Validating against xsd schema
The XML plugin is installed properly in the plugins subdir and the 3 DLLs are copied to the Notepad EXE subdirectory.
Other XML "validation" features work but there is no way to validate against an XSD. EDIT: Plugin manager was not included in some versions of Notepad because many users didn't like commercials that it used to show.
It contains a reference to an XSD file, which you will also need to copy from below or download and enter into the webpage (in a second step, when you are prompted for it) to see the validation results.
I'm trying to validate an XML file against XSD schema within database package.
I am using this simple snippet, always works and you don't need complicated functions. PSObject Add-Member -Input Object $Context -Member Type Note Property -Name Configuration -Value "" $Configuration Path = $(Join-Path -Path $PWD -Child Path "Configuration") # Load xml and its schema $Context. Add($null, $(Join-Path -Path $Configuration Path -Child Path "Configuration.xsd")) | Out-Null # Validate xml against schema $Context. Validate( ) the solution of (Flatliner DOA) is working good on PSv2, but not on Server 2012 PSv3.
There are no options in the "XML Tools" plugin dropdown that provides for specifying an XSD file.If you want to keep an older version, however still want plugin manager, you can get it on github, and install it by extracting the archive and copying contents to plugins and updates folder.As a part of my development I'd like to be able to validate an entire folder's worth of XML files against a single XSD file.anyone who needs an xml validation on PS3, can use this (based on wangzq's function) I have created a separate Power Shell file which can perform XSD validation on XML files with an inline schema reference. Download and howto are available on https://knowledge.zomers.eu/Power Shell/Pages/How-to-validate-XML-against-an-XSD-schema-using-Power I realise this is an old question however I tried the answers provided and could not get them to work successfully in Powershell.I have created the following function which uses some of the techniques described here. I had to validate XML documents before at various times however I always found the line number to be 0.