Sometimes it's because an address is vacant, or has recently been vacated.
Whether it's a new address, an unregistered address, or one located within a postal code primarily serviced by PO boxes, all would fail to validate.
Register Schema('Iso Types Sti_v0.2.xsd', ...); -- Copied file body from /MAI_55_LT_XSD-v0.2/Iso Types Sti_v0.2Dbms_Xml Schema.
Register Schema('M55Types Sti_v0.2.xsd', l_Clob); Dbms_Xml Schema. Register Schema('Common Types Sti_v0.2.xsd', ...); -- Copied file body from /MAI_55_LT_XSD-v0.2/Common Types Sti_v0.2Dbms_Output. Just when writing to you I've copied first line and forgot to change Common Types Sti_v0.2to M55slik_v0.2. So here is great possibility that I'm doing something wrong.
You'll find Font Book at /Applications/Font Book.
You can also launch Font Book by clicking the Go menu in the Finder, selecting Applications, and then double-clicking the Font Book icon.
To disable individual validators, clear the check boxes next to each validator that you want to disable.
Each validator has a check box to specify whether it is enabled for manual validation or on a build.
Something like this: In this case I got error ORA-31000: Resource 'M55slik_v0.2.xsd' is not an XDB schema document But what is strange that this error is raised not by create Schema Based XML('M55slik_v0.2.xsd'); But by schemavalidate(); If I change some letter in name M55slik_v0.2lets say to M55slik_v0.3then I get the same ORA-31000 but on l_Xml.create Schema Based XML('M55slik_v0.3.xsd'); So it seems that it should be registered("create Schema Based XML" did not throw an exception).
When you receive a signed document, you may want to validate its signature(s) to verify the signer and the signed content.
Depending on how you have configured your application, validation may occur automatically.
Verification details are listed beneath each signature and can be viewed by expanding the signature. This feature analyzes the document for content that may alter the appearance of the document.
It then suppresses that content, allowing you to view and sign the document in a static and secure state.