If you need a refresher course on XML Basics, refer to Appendix B, "XML Standards and Syntax." As you're learning about XML, you'll become familiar with some other standards as well.These include the XPath query language and the XSD schema language.I was really hoping to do something like this -- but it don't work Xml Validating Reader vr = new Xml Validating Reader(str XMLFragment, Xml Node Type.//^w肳ĂȂf[^Zbg̓ǂݍ Xml Document doc = new Xml Document(); Xml Text Reader tr = new Xml Text Reader("./Data Set Request.xml"); Xml Validating Reader reader = new Xml Validating Reader(tr); reader. The FCL's support for XML is mainly contained in the namespace.
An Xml Validating Reader class of an application program interface, embodied on one or more computer readable media, that enables DTD, XDR and XSD schema validation, the Xml Validating Reader class comprising: an application programming interface to interface the one or more applications with the networking platform, wherein the application program interface comprises a set of classes that make available standards-based support for processing documents written in a markup language. A computer system including one or more microprocessors and one or more software programs, the one or more software programs utilizing an application program interface to request services from an operating system, the application program interface including separate commands to request services that make available support for processing XML documents.
The fragments are never much over 2K in size, but since the reader doesn't allow (at least as far as I can tell) a way to clear the current fragment and load another, I have to create a new reader each pass thru the loop. Anyone have any ideas on validating huge amounts of xml in a loop that won't take me several days to finish?
Oh, to make matters worse the fragments are all different types (12 total types of xml packets).
The functionalities work very similarly to those that retrieve data from a database (the database server returns a pointer of the cursor's object, which contains all requested data and allows access to this data).
Clients of XML readers take a pointer to the reader's instance that is independent from the structure of the data stream that should be processed.
The reader encapsulates the processed stream as an XML tree.