Validating xml with xsd c
The code is pretty simple but I’m a fan of hiding away any complexities so that I don’t have to think about them when I’m working on a project.The usage for this class is pretty simple as well, requiring you pass in the XSD schemas and then call Is Valid specifying the XML file to validate. Add the following XSD Schema definitions to describe the XML document.I’m currently working on an XML File Explorer application, which I intend on highlighting XML files which do not conform to an XSD schema, as part of this I have created a class for containing the details of performing XSD validation against an XML document, which I thought I would share with you (although the XML File Explorer will be open source).As always, you can download this excerpt as a PDF if you prefer. Whenever I talk about XML with developers, designers, technical writers, or other Web professionals, the most common question I’m asked is, “What’s the big deal?” In this book, I’ll explain exactly what the big deal is – how XML can be used to make your Web applications smarter, more versatile, and more powerful. I don't know too much about XSD but I think here, there is an import to another XSD. My XSD file is In my code C# I use some code I found in Internet, that works because when I try to validate an XML against XSD it shows the errors found.
If you try to write 0x03 to an Xml document you get an error typically and if you do manage to properly escape it into an XML document, most viewers will complain about the invalid character.Because I've deleted some tags and the class said: No error. I talked about using XML file in the last few posts, and especially pointed out the advantage of using xml as interface.For example: Your mate send you a xml file which contains the information in a format that you defined.You can easilyread and write code without actually getting the xml file because you design the schema.