If you want to deal with arbitrary XML then you would better use Xml Reader and Xml Writer directly instead of using a Data Set. If Xml Reader/Writer is too low level for you then use XDocument (in . with XDocument XDocument doc; try catch (Xml Exception e) Hello Martin., I didnt mean like that as low..
i have never used xmlwriter,so dont know how to implement that as i am a beginner in xml. how to use xmldocument as i am using (2.0) thanks Hello Martin., I didnt mean like that as low..
The example then creates a new message type that validates messages against the schema.
For instance, given this degenerate Test-Xml .\web.config -Validate -Schema Path 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\Xml\Schemas33\Dot Net Config.xsd' –Verbose VERBOSE: Error: The 'Configuration' element is not declared. False Note: There are many more useful Power Shell Community Extensions (PSCX) commands.
it is like when i save a xml file it should first check it the tags are correctly formed.. bool well Formed = true; using (Xml Reader xr = Xml Reader.
Create(Map Path("file.xml")) // how check well Formed variable here to decide if XML is well-formed or not A Data Set can deal with certain types of XML that can be mapped to tables and rows, it can't deal with arbitrary XML.
When this clause is not specified, validation defaults to NONE. The message body can contain data, or it can be NULL.
EMPTY Specifies that the message body must be NULL.