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Validation is pretty straight forward, you take any Xml Text Reader and wrap and run it through the Xml Validating Reader.
The Validation Event Handler will call you back if there's any trouble. XSD files - 64 of them - that represent a single specification.
Load(vr); var xml Document = new Xml Document(); //create Xml Reader Settings first var settings = new Xml Reader Settings(); settings.
I've been doing some validating of documents against an XSD lately.
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Google pointed me to this, but it seems Xml Validating Reader is obsolete (at least, that's what Mono Develop tells me).
The root element in the XML file becomes the root node of the tree, and other elements become child nodes. However, the DOM and the Xml Text Reader are flexible enough that you can customize their work as you like.
However it could refer to a URL, or some custom scheme.
Personally I find the "relative filename" style to be the most flexible.
Here we just grab the relative filename from out of the file:/// URI that we're passed into Get Entity each time a schema Location needs to be resolved. I wrap the whole thing in a factory method and cache the compiled Xml Schema Collection so we don't load and compile this more than once. I've seen folks build Assembly schemas like assembly:/// and embed stuff in the schemas, but eh, who has the time.
This is simpler, IMHO and works for relative file locations and didn't take 10 minutes to write.