pegasus-dax-validator — determines if a given DAX file is valid.
The pegasus-dax-validator is a simple application that determines, if a given DAX file is valid XML. For this, it parses the file with as many XML validity checks that the Apache Xerces XML parser framework supports.
- The location of the file containing the DAX.
- If any kind of second argument was specified, not limited to the string verbose, the verbose output mode is switched on.
If the DAX was parsed successfully, or only warning’s were issued, the exit code is 0. Any 'error or fatal error will result in an exit code of 1.
Additionally, a summary statistics with counts of warnings, errors, and fatal errors will be displayed.
The following shows the parsing of a DAX file that uses the wrong kind of value for certain enumerations. The output shows the errors with the respective line number and column number of the input DAX file, so that one can find and fix them more easily. (The lines in the example were broken to fit the manpage format.)
$ pegasus-dax-validator bd.dax ERROR in line 14, col 110: cvc-enumeration-valid: Value 'i386' is not facet-valid with respect to enumeration '[x86, x86_64, ppc, ppc_64, ia64, sparcv7, sparcv9, amd64]'. It must be a value from the enumeration. ERROR in line 14, col 110: cvc-attribute.3: The value 'i386' of attribute 'arch' on element 'executable' is not valid with respect to its type, 'ArchitectureType'. ERROR in line 14, col 110: cvc-enumeration-valid: Value 'darwin' is not facet-valid with respect to enumeration '[aix, sunos, linux, macosx, windows]'. It must be a value from the enumeration. ERROR in line 14, col 110: cvc-attribute.3: The value 'darwin' of attribute 'os' on element 'executable' is not valid with respect to its type, 'OSType'. 0 warnings, 4 errors, and 0 fatal errors detected.
Apache Xerces-J http://xerces.apache.org/xerces2-j/
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