Validating xml with
If you wish to validate specific content such as RSS/Atom feeds or CSS stylesheets, Mobile OK content, or to find broken links, there are other validators and tools available.
As an alternative you can also try our non-DTD-based validator.
You also set a factory attribute to specify the parser language to use.
(For SAX parsing, on the other hand, you set a property on the parser generated by the factory).
Again, the schemas can be declared either as part of the XML data set or in the program. In general, though, it is a good idea to keep all the declarations together in one place.) To declare the schemas to use for the preceding example in the data set, the XML code would look something like the following.
declaration consists of entry pairs, where the first entry in each pair is a fully qualified URI that specifies the namespace, and the second entry contains a full path or a relative path to the schema definition. In that way, only one copy of the schema will tend to exist.
Somehow, though, I can't seem to validate it automatically in C# without specifying the schema to validate against like so: Xml Document asset = new Xml Document(); Xml Text Reader schema Reader = new Xml Text Reader("relative Schema Path"); Xml Schema schema = Xml Schema.
So a namespace that does have a name can never be used as the default namespace.
When parsed, each element in the data set will be validated against the appropriate schema, as long as those schemas have been declared.
(To learn more about XML Schema, you can review the online tutorial, XML Schema Part 0: Primer.
At the end of this section, you will also learn how to use an XML Schema definition to validate a document that contains elements from multiple namespaces.