The XML | Validate on Server (high-performance) (Ctrl+F8) command validates the active XML document on the currently active RaptorXML Server using the active configuration. The command immediately carries out the validation and displays the results in the Messages window.
|Note:||The actual performance depends on the number of PC processor cores used by RaptorXML Server for the validation: The higher the number of cores used, the faster will be the processing.|
If you have defined multiple configurations on multiple servers, you can select a server and one of its configurations as the active configuration. The active configuration will be used for subsequent validations. On placing the cursor over the Tools | Raptor Servers and Configurations command (see screenshot below), a submenu appears that contains all the added servers, together with the configuration of each. Select the server configuration you want to make the active configuration. In the screenshot below, the xbrl configuration of the server named Raptor-01 has been selected as the active configuration (indicated by the green arrow).
|Note:||You can also select the active configuration in the dropdown menu of the Validate on Server icon . This menu also has a command to validate EDGAR on the active server.|
The Validate XML on Server (high-performance) (Ctrl+F8) command is also available in the Project entry helper. Right-click the project, a folder, or a file, and select Validate XML on Server to validate XML or XBRL data in the selected object.
|Note:||Raptor validation is available in Text View, Grid View, and XBRL View.|