RE: W3C RDF Validator question

The underlying engine is ARP.

parseType="Collection" was supported in the ARP released with Jena 1.6.0,
and the latest ARP also supports rdf:datatype.

I would suggest downloading the latest ARP from

and running it locally while the W3C catches up.


> -----Original Message-----
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> []On Behalf Of Marjolein Katsma
> Sent: 19 January 2003 18:19
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> Subject: W3C RDF Validator question
> Hi All,
> I tried the W3C RDF Validator for the first time today, to check
> how I'm doing with the beginning of my "catalog" RDF. It nicely
> caught an incorrect end tag; but once I had that corrected I
> found it doesn't recognize rdf:parseType="Collection" (it
> generates a warning for that) - which of course is precisely what
> I'm using for collections of things in my "catalog". As a result,
> almost nothing was parsed.
> Does anyone have any idea when the validator will be updated to
> support everything in the revised RDF/XML syntax (8 November
> 2002) as described in
> (which is what I'm using)? Or will this need to reach
> recommendation status before it will be implemented in the validator?
> Any other suggestions for checking/validating what I'm writing?
> I had expected a little bit more than just XML well-formedness
> which is all I seem to be getting now.
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> Marjolein Katsma
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