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Note that the kses system can be resource-intensive, and should therefore not be run as an output sanitization filter directly, but as a filter to data after it has been input and processed, before it is saved in the database.

Word Press runs kses on the pre_comment_content filter, for example, to filter the HTML before saving the comment. This function does not encode characters as HTML entities: use it when storing a URL or in other cases where you need the non-encoded URL.

For example the following configuration will send all non-valid messages to the ‘process-invalid-xml’ flow: [sourcecode language="xml"] <message-filter on Unaccepted="process-invalid-xml" throw On Unaccepted="true"> <xml:schema-validation-filter …/> </message-filter> [/sourcecode] In the ‘process-invalid-xml’ flow you can then create a response message (if applicable) to tell the sender of the original message that it contains invalid XML.

This was the case in my situation and I also wanted to show the user was wrong in the XML.

After some debugging I only got it working by extending the original schema-validation-filter and set the error-handler on the created Validator like this: [sourcecode language="java"] public class My Schema Validation Filter extends Schema Validation Filter [/sourcecode] I am not sure if this is a bug in the original schema-validation-filter or if there is another way to make use of the error Handler but this was the only way for me to get it working.

I use my version of the filter with the following configuration: [sourcecode language="xml"] <custom-filter class="com.xml.filters.

This could be useful for establishing a nutrition trials register to support the conduct of future research, including systematic reviews.

A quite common use case in a Mule flow is validating if an XML document is valid against a corresponding XSD.

The method of data sanitization depends on the type of data and the context in which it is used.

Below are some common tasks in Word Press and how they should be sanitized.

After some debugging I only got it working by extending the original schema-validation-filter and set the error-handler on the created Validator like this: Update : Please note that this implementation is NOT thread safe since the error Handler is defined at class level.

To make this filter thread-safe I have also overwritten the ‘accept()’ method so I get an ‘error Handler’ instance per ‘validator’ instance.

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