The sections of this document describe changes to the existing APIs that require you to upgrade existing code. NET Framework version 3.5 includes new options for processing XML data.Describes the Xml Schema Set, a cache where XML Schema definition language (XSD) schemas can be stored and validated.Checks whether the current node is a content (non-white space text, CDATA, Element, End Element, Entity Reference, or End Entity) node.If the node is not a content node, the reader skips ahead to the next content node or end of file.The reader normalizes each individual text node independently from the content of adjacent entity reference nodes.If the XML-Data Reduced (XDR) schema you are validating against is stored in the Xml Schema Collection, it is associated with the namespace URI specified when the schema was added to the collection. Any imported schemas within a schema that are added to the set are directly added to the set themselves.This means that all types are available to all schemas.
In order to take full advantage of the new features, you may need to move your existing code to the new APIs.
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Name, value) End If End If End Sub ' Print Type Info Public Shared Sub Validation Handler(sender As Object, args As Validation Event Args) Console.
The following is a comparison between the Xml Schema Collection class and the Xml Schema Set class.
Compiled schemas generate a single logical schema, a "set" of schemas.