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Finally, the exam tests your ability to validate XML to confirm that it conforms to a proper format. NET Framework includes several means of validating XML that you should be familiar with. NET Framework effectively unless you're familiar with XML.

That's true even if you're working only with desktop applications, but if you want to write XML Web Services and other distributed applications, XML knowledge is even more important. NET Framework uses XML for many purposes itself, but it also makes it very easy for you to use XML in your own applications.

This chapter covers the following Microsoft-specified objective for the "Consuming and Manipulating Data" section of the "Developing XML Web Services and Server Components with Microsoft Visual C# . NET Framework" exam: Extensible Markup Language (far better known as XML) is pervasive in . It's used as the format for configuration files, as the transmission format for SOAP messages, and in many other places.

In order to pass the MCAD/MCSD Exam(70-320): Developing XML Web Services and Server Components with Visual C# . NET Framework, you need to know XML, starting with this section on accessing and manipulating XML data.

Worse, they do not even cause an exception to be raised in the calling code.

In validating against your xml/xsd I get of errors different than yours; I think this can help you continue(add/remove xml elements) from here: Errors may also try the reverse process; try generating the schema from your xml and compare with your actual xsd - see the difference; and the easiest way to do that is to use generate schema using VS IDE.To pass this section of the exam, you need to know how to read an XML file from disk, and how to create your own XML from a object in your application.You also need to be familiar with the XPath query language, and with the creation and use of XSD schema files.You can poke around in the document if you like, while the validation happens, but when I'm just validating I do a while(reader. I load the most-leaf node to load whole spec: I wanted an assembly that was self-contained and would hold all 64 of these XSD files internally as resources, and I didn't want to put them in a temp directory.I added all the schemas to the project, right clicked "Properties" and set them all to Embedded Resources.Why do you get the value of the xmlns attribute and concatenate it with the value of the xsi:no Namespace Schema Location attribute?

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