Validating input output transformation

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This Recommendation builds on the success of [XSLT 1.0], which was published on 16 November 1999.

Many new features have been added to the language (see J.2 New Functionality) while retaining a high level of backwards compatibility (see J.1 Incompatible Changes).

for details on Saxon 9.5 EE for instance and a tutorial like introduction (it is a bit old ,probably mentioning Saxon SA (for schema-aware) while these days Saxon EE is the version of Saxon providing schema-aware XSLT but I think it is a good introduction on the advantages and approach to write schema-aware transformations).

You need to write a schema-aware transformation and you need to instruct the processor to do validation, see…

Action on Fail:- 1) Send to Fail:- on failure of the rule the record will sent to another target with “Fail” records.

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