Xml validating reader example
The error message will give you some indication of the problem.
In the example below the issue is in line 11 of the file and relates to the Employment entity.
Using a text editor to open the raw data will give line references so that you can find the affected line of data.
Note however that schema errors mean that the validation kit cannot read the file and so once something wrong is found validation stops because it cannot progress beyond this point.
For example, in this error the final closing tag of The validation kit provides information in the ‘location' section of the error message to assist institutions in finding the issue within the file.
Often this will be purely a line reference (as in the example below).
In order to assist you in identifying and rectifying any errors, a glossary of terms is included below.
To resolve the issue you would need to review the raw data file and look at the fields in this entity and make any necessary changes before resubmitting.Where the error message refers to an invalid child element it means that the fields within an entity in the file are not in the correct order as defined by the schema (XSD).This could mean that a field is missing altogether, or that existing fields are not in the correct place.This error may occur where a required or mandatory field has been excluded from the record because the value is not known.