If I run the following code :-
XmlReader rdr = dal.Getxxxx
string xmlstring = rdr.ReadOuterXml();
how can I load the string back to a XPathDocument or a XPathNavigator. hmm
does anyone know ?
> If I run the following code :-
> XmlReader rdr = dal.Getxxxx
> string xmlstring = rdr.ReadOuterXml();
> how can I load the string back to a XPathDocument or a XPathNavigator. hmm
> does anyone know ?
XPathDocument doc = new XPathDocument(new StringReader(xmlstring));
Oleg Tkachenko [XML MVP]
h...Looping through XMLReader skips records
When I try and loop through the reader using any of the Read methods, I
never get the five records returned that I expect.
On the SQL Query Analyzer end, my query returns 5 results. Using the code
below and the various Read methods, I get 3 and sometimes four values when
What does this mean?
Dim reader As XmlTextReader
reader = objCmd.ExecuteXmlReader
-----------------------...i want to kill xmlreader and all her children #2
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i need some code that will generate code to read the xml file it is
xtw.WriteSt...XmlReader-to-XmlReader skips nodes?!
I have the following code to copy nodes from an XML document (XmlReader
reader) to some output (XmlWriter writer).
while (reader.Read ())
if (reader.MoveToContent () == XmlNodeType.Element)
break; // forward the reader to the document element
writer.WriteStartElement ("XmlStore"); // write the document element
while (reader.Read ())
if (reader.NodeType == XmlNodeType.Element)
writer.WriteNode (reader, true); // copy nodes
// might want to insert more nodes here
writer.WriteEndElement (); /...XMLWriter/XMLReader vs MSXML 4.0
Hi to all!
someone of you know the difference between XMLWriter/XMLReader and MSXML4.0?
The first one has the same capacity of the second one?
Which is better to use?
Which give the clearest messages or the greatest amount of information about
the kind and the origin of error (considering that I have to show messages
in Italian and the Framework is in English)?
And ...is it difficult to include msxml4.dll in my project?
Thank you in advance to all.
> someone of you know the difference between XMLWriter/XMLReader and MSXML4.0?
> The first one has the same capacity ...XmlReader and LineNumber
According to the MSDN documentation within the XmlTextReader class for
..NET 2.0, the recommended practice to create XmlReader instances is
using the XmlReaderSettings class and the XmlReader.Create() method.
However, the problem is, the XmlReader class does not expose certain
properties that I need, e.g., LineNumber, LinePosition, etc. I would
like to follow Microsoft's recommended practices, but I'm not sure how
I can get XmlTextReader functionality out of XmlReader.
Should I instantiate a XmlTextReader object and pass this to the
XmlReader.Create() method and then access this under...How to obtain a utf-8 string from an XmlReader?
I'm trying to convert the xml obtained from a XmlReader object into a UTF-8
array. My general idea is to read the XmlReader and write into a
MemoryStream. Then convert the MemoryStream bytes into utf-8.
MemoryStream ms = new MemoryStream();
XmlTextWriter xmlWriter = new XmlTextWriter(ms, new UTF8Encoding(false));
writer.Formatting = Formatting.Indented;
writer.Namespaces = false;
writer.Indentation = 4;
string xml_as_utf8 = Encoding.UTF8.GetString(ms.ToArray());
B...XMLREADER or XMLDocument???
How do I read the attributes of this XML? I have a page with text boxes that
i want to read
these values in. notice there are 2 Parameter tags with the same attributes.
Code would help
<Parameter KeyName="FielDelimiterChar" KeyValue="29" />
<Parameter KeyName="SegmentDelimiterChar" KeyValue="30" />
Try this as a template. It should be gene...XmlReaders and fragments
When reading fragments, it seems like XmlReaders try to read too much. I'm
working on a file parser for a new file format, and I've run into a problem.
The format has an XML fragment for a header, then a (frequently) large amount
of binary data beneath. In certain situations, there may be XML fragments
further down in the file. An example of the file might look like this:
</header>...some huge block of binary data....is it possible to read a previous node by XMLReader?
I know XMLReader can only move forward. In my program I
may need to go back to read a previous node from XML file
again and I don't like to use DOM, do we have any tricky
way to do it?
"Linda Chen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I know XMLReader can only move forward. In my program I
> may need to go back to read a previous node from XML file
> again and I don't like to use DOM, do we have any tricky
> way to do it?
My trick was to use a Stack variable where to put the stuff,
I used it to put the name of the previous element.....XMLreader to text
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
How do I read the entire XML text from an XMLReader ?
I just want to retrieve the XML string from a SQL SP formatted as XML. =
I assumed the ExecuteXMLReader was the best option. So whats the most =
streamlined process of getting the XML into a string ?
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-pri...End-of-line Handling in the XmlReader
According to the XML 1.0 (Third Edition) W3C Recommendation
(http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xml-20040204/#sec-line-ends) all #xD, #xA,
and #xD#xA character combinations should be converted to a single #xA
According to the "Reading XML with the XmlReader" section of the ".NET
Framework Developer's Guide" on-line help, the XmlReader will not perform
this normalization by default. You can cause the XmlReader to perform this
normalization by setting the Normalization property to true. This does not
appear to be the case in every situation.
Sample XML File:
I have a large unformatted document which needs to processed and
populated into DB.
For this, I was using an XMLTextReader to get valid IDs, and then doing
something like this:
newRdr = xRdr.ReadSubtree();
if (newRdr.NodeType == XmlNodeType.Element)
case "Z": ...XMLReader Problem
I'm just moving to VB.NET and I'm trying to load a recordset into=
an XMLReader and loop through the records. When I use the=
.ReadElementString() method to get the next 'record' if it has=
reached the last record (eof) it fails with "Invalid attempt to=
read when reader is closed". It doesn't seem capable of finding=
this out until the error has occured though (Readstate is=
interactive prior to the failure and EOF is false.)
Is this limited information enough for anyone to tell me where=
I'm going wrong ? (currently as I'm in the early st...HTML Code Fragments
I am using simple html code fragments in my e-newsletter. They are
just table of contents that link to coorelated parts of the page. I am
distrubiting this newletter in the body of an email.
When i do a webpage preview it works fine. However, when i try to send
it.....neither yahoo mail or my outlook account wil recognize the code
fragments. They recognize the first part (the table of contents
code)but will not even display the anchors. When i click the table of
contents links nothing happens.
Any idea why???
> I am using simple html code fragments in...XmlReader and Validation
I have an application that reads through an XML document and validates it
against a DTD. During the read of the document I look at difference aspects
of the document by looking at XmlNodeType. I have run into a snag though
when an element is empty and written in what I call shorthand of <empty/>.
My code of course captures that this is an element but since there is no
underlying end element it causes me a problem. I currently wrote a
workaround using the IsEmptyElement but I was wondering if anyone knew of a
way to have the reader tell me the element is written in shorthand.
I have been getting the following errors 9582 and 7631 on my W2K SP4 Std Edt
running E2K3 SP3 Ent. Edt. Once I get those error, no one can send or
receive internal email while external email works fine. There are no message
indicating that the internal email did not get sent or receive, it just
disappear. After I reboot the exchange server, everything seems to work fine
again. The server has 4GB of RAM, SCSI RAID controller with 160GB of disk
space. It is a member server and only has exchange on it and do not serve
any other role. Since it is a Windows 2000 standard edition, is it...Getting attributes(I think) from XMLReader
I need a few suggestions. I have the following XML segment:
<Values VALUE="0" BookMark="Goal1Progress"/>
<Values VALUE="1" BookMark="Goal1NoProgress"/>
<Values VALUE="2" BookMark="Goal1NA"/>
I have code that will read everything except the "Values" elements. Here is
Select Case (reader.No...Transform to a Stream or XmlReader?
I have this code that will write the transformed XML immediately to the browser with the Response object..
XslTransform trans = new XslTransform()
trans.Transform(oXmlDataDocument, null, Response.OutputStream, null); //Writes immediately to browser her
But if I wanted to return the transformation as a variable and not immediately to the browser, the only way I found to do this was using the XmlReader below..
XmlUrlResolver resolver = new XmlUrlResolver()
XmlReader reader = trans.Transform(oXmlDataDocument, null, resolver)
while (reader.Read())...new to XMLReader
I'm doing an XML project, and I've gotten to the point where I retreive my
data from my SQL Server, and execute my XML Reader. How can I display the
XML in a browser window now? Here is my code:
SqlCommand objCmd = new SqlCommand ("up_get_XMLStandardExterior",
SqlParameter objParam = new SqlParameter ("@nControlIDNumber",
System.Xml.XmlReader myXmlReader = objCmd.Exec...xmlreader question
writer = XmlWriter.Create("mike.xml",settings);
// ......Do Some stuff. This works writes an xml file.
// Then I try to close it
//But I get an error saying I cant open it, its being used
FileStream fs = new FileStream("mike.xml", FileMode.Open);
What am I missing?
"AMP" <email@example.com> wrote in message
...use XmlReader/XmlWriter to reformat XML?
Since XmlWriter offers so many nice options for formatting, I thought it
would be nice to read in via XmlReader, and write back out via XmlWriter.
It might be overkill, but I'd also like to be able to check some values
during that time also so I was going to be using XmlReader anyway.
Unfortunately I don't see an easy way to stream it back out through
XmlWriter without going node by node.
Any suggestions? Is there an easier/faster way to do this already?
Michael Malinak wrote:
> Since XmlWriter offers so many nice options for formatting, I thought it
> would ...End-of-line Handling in the XmlReader (.NET Framework Version 1.1)
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
According to the XML 1.0 (Third Edition) W3C Recommendation =
(http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xml-20040204/#sec-line-ends) all #xD, =
#xA, and #xD#xA character combinations should be converted to a single =
According to the "Reading XML with the XmlReader" section of the ".NET =
Framework Developer's Guide" on-line help, the XmlReader will not =
perform this normali...subclassing xmlReader issues
I have created a subclass of xmlReader and was passing that in to
XPathDocument and using that XPathDocument instance in my
xslCompiledTransform transform() method. Something about my reader causes
the xslCompiledTransform to behave differently in reading xml attributes
depending on whether I am debugging the xsl or not.
I declared all of abstract methods and I don't get any errors building
my new xmlReader class. I get no exceptions when using it to parse my xml
document and while debugging I can see my xml attributes. But when I try to
use it with or without visual ...XmlReader Question #2
I am using an XmlTextReader to read an xml file. It may happen that the
file is present in the disk, but it may be empty (0 bytes). I would like to
find out whether the xml file contains a valid root node or not. How do I do
This is what I need
XmlTextReader xmReader = new XmlTextReader(fileName);
//How do I find out whether this xml document contains a Root node named
"ROOT_NODE" or not?
You can loop with the reader through the document until you find the first
element node and then check if node's name is not R...