Xmlvalidatingreader tutorial

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I get "The attribute target Namespace does not match the designated namespace URI" and nothing else. I have to validate against the schema provided, I downloaded it, and was attempting to use (where FILENAME = the and s Schema is the path filename.xsd): public void Read Xml(string s Schema) // public void Read Xml(string s Schema) -- tym, Eskimo Hi Eskimo, This sounds like either the xmlns for the root element of your instance document doesn't match the target Namespace of your schema or perhaps your instance document isn't formed according to the rules of the schema (look at I get "The attribute target Namespace does not match the designated namespace URI" and nothing else. I have to validate against the schema provided, I downloaded it, and was attempting to use (where FILENAME = the and s Schema is the path filename.xsd): public void Read Xml(string s Schema) // public void Read Xml(string s Schema) -- tym, Eskimo Hi Eskimo, This sounds like either the xmlns for the root element of your instance document doesn't match the target Namespace of your schema or perhaps your instance document isn't formed according to the rules of the schema (look at I get "The attribute target Namespace does not match the designated namespace URI" and nothing else. I have to validate against the schema provided, I downloaded it, and was attempting to use (where FILENAME = the and s Schema is the path filename.xsd): public void Read Xml(string s Schema) // public void Read Xml(string s Schema) -- tym, Eskimo The schema doesn't have a manifest element defined within it.

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XML schema documents are beyond the scope of this chapter, but much can be learned from a simple example.

This example uses the product catalog first presented in post1.

Some of these large sets of schemas seem to be written without any real consideration of how they will be used.

But then again the authors probably believe that they bend over backwards to accommodate the developers.

Validation error: The 'expiry Date' element has an invalid value according to its data type. Add(schemas); // Load the document and validate it at the same time.

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