Validating against xsd schema
An individual schema or a set of schemas (as an Xml Schema Set) can be added to an Xml Schema Set by passing either one as a parameter to the Add method of Xml Schema Set. Note that when validating a document the target namespace of the document must match the target namespace of the schema in the schema set. In the code example that follows, the schema above is added to the Xml Schema Set Schemas property of the Xml Reader Settings object. Read(schema Reader, Schema Validation Handler); asset. Validate(Document Validation Handler); Xml Reader Settings settings = new Xml Reader Settings(); settings. XML Schema definition language (XSD) schema validation is implemented using the validity constraints defined in the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) XML Schema Recommendation. NET Framework supports the W3C XML Schema 2001 Recommendation.
There are a couple of options I can think of depending on whether or not you want to use exceptions for non-exceptional events.
To validate the XML in the DOM, you can validate the XML as it is loaded into the DOM by passing a schema-validating Xml Reader to the Load method of the Xml Document class, or validate a previously unvalidated XML document in the DOM using the Validate method of the Xml Document class.
The Xml Document class validates the XML data as it is loaded into the DOM when a validating Xml Reader is passed to the Load method of the Xml Document class. Create("contoso Books.xml", settings) ' The Xml Document validates the XML document contained ' in the Xml Reader as it is loaded into the DOM.
Process Schema Location; Xml Reader XMLvalidator = Xml Reader.
Validates the XML string/file against the specified XSD string/file.
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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).