For demonstration of this, I have created a GUI application using Visual Studio 2005 Express Edition.XML is a tag-based markup language used mainly for data transfer.The main advantage of XML is that it is extensible. Also since it is written purely as text, it is portable across various software and hardware platforms. The rules for well-formed XML documents are as follows: The structure of an XML file can be specified by creating a schema.A schema is used to validate the structure and data of an XML file.There is some sample XML data and related schemas below.I have looked at many posts to see how to use the XML validating reader (Now just XMLReader. The data validates 100% using XML Spy from Altova but not using the XMLReader in C#. The error that occurs trying to find the type String20, which is my first custom data type in my schema.With XSD/e you can have all the benefits of using XML without any of the drawbacks.
Our 1095 software creates the XML files on the C: drive, FIRE folder, 1095-B or 1095-C subfolders.In addition to XML, you can serialize the object model into a number of compact binary formats, for example, for storage or over-the-wire transfer.Based on the static analysis of the schema, XSD/e generates compact, highly-optimized hierarchical state machines that combine data conversion, validation, and even dispatching in a single step.Our 1095 XML schema validator can pinpoint errors and provide a line number and position number.
I am trying to validate XML data aginst its schemas.
Provided with a schema, XSD/e generates C classes that represent the given XML vocabulary as well as parsing and serialization code.