Represents a writer that provides a fast, non-cached, forward-only way of generating streams or files containing XML data that conforms to the W3C Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 and the Namespaces in XML recommendations. NET Framework 2.0, we recommend that you use the System. The child elements pick up the prefix from the namespace declaration. When writing an empty element, an additional space is added between tag name and the closing tag, for example . When a String is used as method parameter, null and String.
The Read Xml method reads from a file, a stream, or an Xml Reader, and takes as arguments the source of the XML plus an optional Xml Read Mode argument.
(For more information about the Xml Reader, see NIB: Reading XML Data with Xml Text Reader.) The Read Xml method reads the contents of the XML stream or document and loads the Data Set with data.
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Also note that when you use the Several XML technologies have the ability to retrieve other documents during processing.
This class is base class for Xml Text Writer class, which we'll be using in our sample example. Although, this class represents a single node of XML but that could be the root node of an XML document and could represent the entire file.
This class provides many write method to write XML document items.
This class also has a method Skip to skip current node and move to next one. The Xml Text Reader, Xml Node Reader and Xml Validating Reader classes are derived from Xml Reader class.
Read String, Read Inner Xml, Read Outer Xml, and Read Start Element are more read methods.
Xml Text Writer promotes the namespace declaration to the root element to avoid having it duplicated on the two child elements. If an attribute references a namespace URI, but does not specify a prefix, the writer generates a prefix for the attribute.
Write End Element(); The above C# code produces the following output. This conforms to section 5.2 of the W3C Namespaces in XML recommendation. To write strongly typed data, use the Xml Convert class to convert data types to string.
For example, if an attribute and element have the same prefix but different namespaces, Xml Writer generates an alternate prefix for the attribute.