Validation Event Handler = new Validation Event Handler(Show Compile Errors); Reader. Thank you -------------------------------- From: Brendon When you added from a file, the xs:include directive allowed it to access components from which was resolved using the base URI of Events.xsd, it worked since both schemas were in the same directory.
To validate XML data with a DTD stored in the same file: A popular processor for XPath/XQuery and XSLT is Saxon. NET APIs, for our demos we use the Kernow tool, which provides a convenient interface for working with XML queries.
Kernow incorporates Saxon for its query processing, so with Kernow you'll be all set to experiment with XML querying.
If I do this I can validate XML against the schema as below: Validator. Add("", @"C:\XSD\Event.xsd"); Validation Code: Xml Parser Context Context = new Xml Parser Context(null, null, "", Xml Space. But now since you are loading them through a Stream, the bas URI of is not set, and it does not know where to resolve reference from.
None); Xml Validating Reader Reader = new Xml Validating Reader(XMLStream, Xml Node Type. Notice that when you Add from a dll source as: Xml Text Reader Xsdreader = new Xml Text Reader(Events Xsd Stream); Validator. Add("", Xsdreader); it must through a validation warning through the event handler with the error that schema Location could not be resolved, since it could not access the schema.
Here are some examples of using the xmllint command.
In all cases, the parameter --noout suppresses the input XML from being echoed along with the answer.I'm not sure why anyone would consider it less important nowadays.I didn't see this discussion before, so opened a new issue about it. NET core, since XML and XSD are cross-platform formats anyway.Includes property of the Events schema to point to the Elements schema and then call schema.compile() for the Events schema. Validation Event Handler = new Validation Event Handler(Show Compile Errors); Reader. In the framwork v2.0, a new schema store namely Xml Schema Set is present, which allows multiple adds of the schemas of the same namespace, and this problem would not be present there. "Brendon" wrote in message news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP10gbl... I have 2 Xsd's The one contains basic type definitions If I do this I can validate XML against the schema as below: Validator. Add("", @"C:\XSD\Event.xsd"); Validation Code: Xml Parser Context Context = new Xml Parser Context(null, null, "", Xml Space. Xml I was glad to get the whole XML part of it in C#, but it looks like, that System. JSON and the whole new untyped dynamic language world is nice but do not forget enterprise development. Not only is this important to me, the whole Xml stack is.