You can validate a DOM object only against the DTD defined at the top of the XML document.
To ensure that the application is robust against all forms of input data, whether obtained from the user, infrastructure, external entities or database systems. This weakness leads to almost all of the major vulnerabilities in applications, such as Interpreter Injection, locale/Unicode attacks, file system attacks and buffer overflows.
Detecting attempts to find these weaknesses is a critical protection mechanism.
These definitions are used within this document: Ensure that data is not only validated, but business rule correct.
For example, if you use HTML entity encoding on user input before it is sent to a browser, it will prevent most XSS attacks.
For example, interest rates fall within permitted boundaries.
A php tool to lint and validate xml files from the commandline.
For this to work, you'll configure a list of rules (called service.
Behind the scenes, a constraint is simply a PHP object that makes an assertive statement.