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25-Nov-2015 14:50 posted by 19121996 | Leave a comment

However, I would have thought that Xml Validating Reader would follow the W3C recommendation? Many thanks -- Phil Hobgen Southampton, UK Interesting, recently someone run into the problem with \w including the "_" in some regular expression languages in programming languages/libraries (e.g. NET framework Regex class) but not in the XSD schema regular expression language. This whole validation ickiness deserved two posts, so I didn't mention it in the last Xml Validating Reader post. But, the I remember/noticed that the document was element Form Default="unqualified" meaning that only the This document should now validate, and it fact it does in my test applications.

Message;}Member name Description Allow Xml Attributes Allow xml:* attributes even if they are not defined in the schema. Validation Event Handler += new Validation Event Handler(Validation Call Back); String Reader xml Stream = new String Reader(Xml Data); Xml Reader reader = Xml Reader. Read()) ;return is Valid; }private static void Validation Call Back(object sender, Validation Event Args e){is Valid = false;error Message = "Validation Error: " + e.Process Schema Location Process schema location hints (xsi:schema Location, xsi:no Namespace Schema Location) encountered during validation. Report Validation Warnings; when a schema validation is required for the XML in .Report Validation Warnings Report schema validation warnings encountered during validation. NET1.1 code/// /// Methode to validate XML File/// /// This method expects input XML as string/// Path to schema file/// true if xml is validated else falseprivate bool Validate Xml Using Xsd(string Xml Data, String Schema Path){Xml Validating Reader v = new Xml Validating Reader(Xml Data, Xml Node Type. Close();return is Valid;}/// /// This event handler is called only when a validation error occurs/// /// /// public static void My Validation Event Handler(object sender, Validation Event Args args){//these two variables should be initialized as class level variablesis Valid = false;error Message = "Validation event\n" + args. The Xml Reader Settings and Xml Schema Set classes do not support XML-Data Reduced (XDR) schema validation. Otherwise the Schema check error will not be displayed.//. Process Identity Constraints Process identity constraints (xs: ID, xs: IDREF, xs:key, xs:keyref, xs:unique) encountered during validation. Read()){// Can add code here to process the content.}v. Create() using Xml Reader Settngs instead There are some behavioral changes between validation using the Xml Reader Settings and Xml Schema Set classes and validation using the Xml Validating Reader class. None Do not process identity constraints, inline schemas, schema location hints, or report schema validation warnings.

Validation Event Handler +=new Validation Event Handler(My Validation Event Handler);while (v. The attributes will be validated based on their data type.

Message;}/// /// Method to get XML in a string from an XML file/// /// /// private string Get String From XML(string file Name){Stream Reader rd = new Stream Reader(file Name);string str = rd. Close();return str;}There are some changes in the . The most important difference I found out is that to do XML data validation using a schema, settings. NET2.0 codeprivate bool Validate Xml Using Xsd2(string Xml Data, String Schema Path){Xml Reader Settings settings = new Xml Reader Settings();settings. Process Inline Schema Process inline schemas encountered during validation.

The "\w" construct should allow all characters except the set of "punctuation", "separator" and "other" characters.

The W3C documentation indicates that the underscore character is punctuation and should therefore be excluded.

However a validation event is not raised when the content has an undescore character in it.

I think this is probably a result of the fact that in the Unicode recommendation it says that "\w" should allow underscores because of its common use in programming languages. Could someone tell me, if I change to use dot Net v2.0 will this behave in the way recommended by the W3C or is the behaviour the same as in dot Net v1.1? Validation error message "Error: The 'value' element is invalid - The value 'abc_de' is invalid according to its datatype 'String' - The Pattern constraint failed.. NET 2.0 \w in a pattern follows the W3C XSD schema specification (at least as far as not including "_" in \w).

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