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The trouble with this is that the XSD validation only returns details of the first validation error.What I really want to end up with is a string detailing all errrors found. For a file with 2 validation errors, I would like the function to return a string something like this: Error parsing '2008-13-07' as date datatype.This innovation stems from selecting an alternative approach to validation than existing schema languages: Schematron uses a tree pattern based paradigm, rather than the regular grammars used in DTDs and XML schemas.As an extensible, easy to use, open source tool Schematron is an extremely useful addition to the XML developers toolkit.The initial section of this paper conducts a brief overview of tree pattern validation, and some of the advantages it has in comparison to a regular grammar approach.

Other tutorial materials fulfill these roles already [Holman],[XPath],[XSLT] ,[Ogbuji C],[Ogbuji U].

Haven't tried anything else, but I did come across this article in MS support: This suggests using MSXML 4.0 SAX Parser and seems to do what I want. My attempts to use late binding have, so far, met with no success.

I think I'll continue investigating the SAX parser as it seems to return the data I want.

The paper completes with some suggestions of possible future extensions.

The general intent behind this paper is to furnish the reader with a broad overview of both Schematron and its approach to validation.The later sections in this paper provides an overview of the open source XSLT framework used to implement the Schematron language.