CodeSnip: Validating XML Data using the XML Schema Definition
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by Uday Denduluri
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Title: CodeSnip: Validating XML Data using the XML Schema Definition   
Name: A Non E Mous
Date: 2009-03-30 7:36:50 AM
Comment:
This does not actually work. I have tried it in VS2008, giving a valid XSD file and an XML file that does not match the schema in any respect and did not get any errors.

When I made the XML file invalid, the XMLDocument.Load call did raise an exception as expected. Invalidating the XSD also caused an exception in Schemas.Add; however, the functionality claimed in the article title is non-existent.
Title: CodeSnip: Validating XML Data using the XML Schema Definition   
Name: my name? Your name? The name of the article?
Date: 2007-03-19 9:30:20 PM
Comment:
This code won't actually compile. That may be my fault, but I am pretty sure that there are some sytaxish errors here:
if(!String.IsNullOrEmpty(ErrorMessage.ToString()))
{
MessageBox.Show(ErrorMessage.ToString());
}
where does ErrorMessage get defined?






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