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is specified, suppress calls on dynamically-loaded external Java functions.

This does not affect calls on integrated extension functions, including Saxon and EXSLT extension functions.

The validation of multiple source documents is done simultaneously (in parallel threads) by default.

The number of threads used is set to the number of processors available on the machine. Schemas loaded from an SCM file are assumed to be valid, without checking. From Saxon 9.7, SCM files can also be supplied in the Requests creation of an XML document containing statistics showing which schema components were used during the validation episode, and how often (coverage data).

If set to 1.1, allows XML 1.1 and XML Namespaces 1.1 constructs.

This option must be set if source documents using XML 1.1 are to be validated, or if the schema itself is an XML 1.1 document.

This data can be used as input to further processes to produce user-readable reports; for example the data could be combined with the output of Indicates that the name of the source document and schema document are supplied as URIs; otherwise they are taken as filenames, unless they start with " or "file:", in which case they they are taken as URLs. In the absence of this argument, the standard JAXP facilities are used to locate an XML parser.

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