XML is everywhere from XML Web Services to databases to config files to Office documents.This article will show you tooling support offered in Visual Studio 2008 that will make working with XML easier. The problem is when you are supplied with an XML file that does *not* reference your XSD?
You can choose to actually publish the schema to a website for validation if it’s an “open schema.” If it’s closed and you are simply using it for internal validation, then it makes sense to embed as a resource.
A best practice is to validate your method parameters before acting on them.
His primary focus is on the XML tools, which include XML Editor, XSLT Debugger, and XML Schema Designer.
Prior to working on the XML tools, Stan was responsible for parts of the and MSXML APIs.
Global resources therefore enable the assigned schema to be switched among multiple schemas, which can be useful for testing.
How to use global resources is described in the section Altova Global Resources.
You can also use a Raptor XML Server to validate XML documents.
Save the file as file Create the XSD Schema, and Link to XML Document 1. I discuss how to validate that the XML file references the XSD and the validates against the XSD here
If the XSD is publicly available using HTTP and referenced through a "schema Location" or "no Namespace Schema Location", then the validator will pick it up and it doesn't need to be specified/uploaded.