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I've been doing some validating of documents against an XSD lately.
Xml Import Service is responsible for watching a given directory on the file system for XML document drops.
This task is accomplished using the File System Watcher class in the System. Once an XML file is detected in the watch folder, it needs to be validated using the Xml Validator class I'll describe in this article.
Additionally, you can use XSD to define default values for missing elements/attributes.
Once I've gone over the details of the class (named Xml Validator), I'll show you how to plug it into the Xml Import Service Windows service - detailed in my previous article entitled Improve Data Exchange - to validate "dropped" XML documents. I'll start with a brief overview of the Xml Import Service Windows service's functionality here in case you haven't read my previous article.I need to receive an XML post then process all the data, and do whatever I need to do with the data. Empty; private Int64 phone Number; private string billing Method = string. Empty; private Int64 cc Number; private void Read Xml() , etc.). I could be receiving anywhere from 60 to 100 values. If it is not in the correct format, it will add an error to errors. It's easy to pull the main schema out of it's resource and pass the Stream into Xml Schema. It's slightly less obvious how to get that schema to resolve its imports.Schemas may reference other schemas like this: In this, and most, cases schema Location refers to a relative file.You can use several different formats to validate XML documents, including Document Type Definitions (DTDs), XML Data Reduced (XDR) schemas, and W3C XML (XSD) schemas. NET Framework provides support for each of these formats, XML schemas arguably provide the greatest power and flexibility in validating XML.