Parser doesn t support setschema not validating
Validation features include the following: Given XMLBeans' focus on schema-oriented work, it's natural to assume that it might check up on you as your code is making changes to an instance — that it might prevent your code from doing something that would render the instance invalid along the way. The design of XMLBeans assumes that an XML instance might go through multiple invalid states before changes are complete.
As a result, generally speaking, XMLBeans keeps quiet while changes are occurring.
If the namespace declared in the my Xml instance doesn't match the target namespace of the schema from which My Xml Schema Type was generated, parsing will fail with an error message.
Due to reliance on the content model this setting requires the parser to be in validating mode.
By default the value of this is set to is non-null, a parser will use a validator created from it to validate documents before it passes information down to the application.
When errors are found by the validator, the parser is responsible to report them to the user-specified is set, it must receive those errors, and if not, they must be treated according to the implementation specific default error handling rules.A validator may modify the outcome of a parse (for example by adding default values that were missing in documents), and a parser is responsible to make sure that the application will receive modified DOM trees. Note that "the validation" here means a validating parser as defined in the XML recommendation.Specifies that the parsers created by this factory must eliminate whitespace in element content (sometimes known loosely as 'ignorable whitespace') when parsing XML documents (see XML Rec 2.10).Note that only whitespace which is directly contained within element content that has an element only content model (see XML Rec 3.2.1) will be eliminated.
XMLBeans' schema-oriented approach to handling XML makes validation an important part of its work.
However, XMLBeans has a specific approach to validation that's helpful to keep in mind when you're working.