This property gives the reader access to the cache of schemas and allows it to validate without having to re-load schemas every time.
The reader does not add anything to the Xml Schema Collection.
If the Xml Schema Collection includes an XML schema (XSD) which contains include or import elements that reference other namespaces, the schemas for these other namespaces are loaded for validation purposes only.
Unless these schemas were explicitly added to the schema collection, they will not be accessible using any of the collection methods or properties.
Process Schema Location; Xml Reader XMLvalidator = Xml Reader.
I am trying to find an alternative to the following function, which is using the obsolete How can I adapt this code to work with XMLReader, which is what Visual Studio is suggesting as an alternative? 'VALIDATE XML Public Shared Function validate Xml(By Val xml String As String) As Xml Document xml Error Str = "" Dim str Reader As New String Reader(xml String) Dim xmlr As New Xml Text Reader(str Reader) Dim xmlvread As New Xml Validating Reader(xmlr) ' Set the validation event handler Add Handler xmlvread.
Right now, I just want to validate the XML file precisely as it appears currently. Do I really need so many lines for something as simple as the XML file as it currently exists?
The validation code in C#: Rather than using the XDocument. You can create a validating Xml Reader instance by using the Xml Reader Settings class and the Create method.The Xml Schema Collection holds pre-loaded XML-Data Reduced (XDR) and XML Schema definition language (XSD) schemas.I don't want to do anything fancy, I just want to make sure a document is valid, and print an error message if it is not.Google pointed me to this, but it seems Xml Validating Reader is obsolete (at least, that's what Mono Develop tells me).For example, if the supplied reader had Whitespace Handling.