Validating xml against a schema
Here is a sample of some simple C# code that works in 2.0:private void Form1_Load(object sender, Event Args e)static void Validation Event Handler(object sender, Validation Event Args e)Hope that helps. If the xsd name is in the xml file it should work fine. Ben Private Shared Sub Validation Event Handler(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As Validation Event Args) Select Case e. I guess I would try it first by putting the name in the sample as above. Message)Then in the final Msg Box that says your are done you need to loop through your error List variable.
If you had sql server 2005 or 2008 I think you could do what you wanted.In this case, the XML Schema is to be found in the same folder as the XML Document.It is also possible to specify an absolute location, but beware that you must use URL syntax, not Path syntax.This is all fine, except we want to be able to write the above XML and have it validate without having to prefix 'slage:' to each element in the XML.Is there a way to somehow declare that all the element definitions in the XML come from the schema, without prefixing each element? [ September 24, 2005: Message edited by: Jared Cope ] [ September 24, 2005: Message edited by: Jared Cope ] [ September 25, 2005: Message edited by: Jared Cope ] [ September 25, 2005: Message edited by: Jared Cope ] You can try using a default namespace on the xml and as long as you have a schema location and apply validation through parser i think you should be able to validate it.There is probably a way to do it, but this is a example. Something like private shared error List as List(of string) = new list(of string)Then replace this line: Msg Box("Error: " & Convert. Severity Case Xml Severity Type.[Error] Msg Box("Error: " & Convert.
Benthanks for u r replyif there is a error msg i do i get it i need to display a message a validated sucessfully with no errors which i am not able to dosecondalyis tehre any way to get all the error msgs is any all at one instead of one by one error msg if the xsd file name is given in XML file is there a need to add it in the code??
I'm sure this will mean that it can't be used in all situations, but hopefully that won't prevent it from being used at all. If you don't see an element or an attribute here then you definitely can't use it in a schema document.
You can expect that the schema document parser will produce an error if you include elements which are not supported.
Like i always believe it is one thing to have good conceptual knowledge and quite another it implement it make some operational adjustments and see it working. Let me know if this tip works for you Originally posted by Guru Radhakrishnan: You can try using a default namespace on the xml and as long as you have a schema location and apply validation through parser i think you should be able to validate it.
This tells XMLBlueprint to validate the XML Document against XML Schema "book.xsd".
This works very well, but I'd like to release my project to the world.