changing the xsi:type
I have an arraylist with up to 4 different classes that can be
It's largely working. The output is:-
<anytype xsi:type="xmlcar" />
<anytype xsi:type="xmltruck" />
<anytype xsi:type="xmlmotorcycle" />
<anytype xsi:type="xmlrv" />
I've tried changing the element name, the arrayitem name, but I can't
get it to rename from "xmlcar" to ...Redundant qualified xsi:type's
I have created a schema to write out some configuration data, and the OutPort
element uses an abstract complex type (it can be a Message, Discrete,
Continuous, Array, etc...).
I use the provided XSD.exe tool with the /c option to generate the
When the data is written to disk is looks like this:
</OutPort..."xsi:type" missing from serialization of object- XmlSerializer
I'm serializing an object using XmlSerializer. It is serializing, but
we are getting errors upon deserialization.
We use the following code to serialize:
FileStream fs = new FileStream(NavCmdFile, FileMode.Create,
XmlSerializer xmlFmt = new XmlSerializer(someObject.GetType());
One of the objects is a parameter and this is what you get:
</someObject_param...XmlValidatingReader invalid xsi:type
I have an abstract base class and two derived classes that I want to
serialize and deserialize with schema validation. When I serialize
instances of the derived classes the XmlSerializer adds the
xsi:type="DerivedClass" attribute and the Instance Namespace. When I
attempt to validate the xml upon deserialization the
XmlValidatingReader chokes on this attribute value. I can't seem to
find a way around this. Any suggestions?
Could you post your final XSD and XML you are trying to validate using
"Jason Cartwright" <email@example.com> w...serialize c# class with xsi:type attribute
This may be a simple question, but I'm struggling to find the answer
to it, so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.... I want to
know if there's some way to ensure that the xsi:type attribute is
included when serializing a c# class.
The basic situation is this:
I have a class, ClassB which derives from ClassA.
ClassC contains a list of ClassB, which I want to serialize as an
XmlArray of 'bListItem's as per the code below:
public class ClassA
private string _id;
[XmlAttribute("id&quo...understanding use of xsi:type
I have a bit of xml that I am trying to create an xsd schema from.
A very simplified version is as follows:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
The real xml is much more complex but the basic problem is the same.
If I use xsd.exe to create a schema from this I get the following:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"..."xsi:type" from Dataset.GetXML
Is it possible to make the dataset give the "xsi:type" data as well?. I need
result from the dataset.GetXML method something like this for the column "a":
Is it possible?. I would appreciate any pointers/code help.
I use the XmlTypeAttribute for this. [XmlTypeAttribute("int")]
My problem is the opposite. I don't want it to be there.
Apparently, when you serialized derived classes the serialization framework
takes it upon itself to specify the actual specialized class that the da...Reading the value of an "xsi:type" attribute [unfortunate, but necessary cross-posting]
*Cross-posting from microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.csharp, since I
believe the question is better suited in this XML group*
I'm having some problems understanding all the ins and outs with datasets
and datatables (and navigating through the filled datatable)...
Just when I thought I had gotten the hang of it, another problem arose:
I can't seem to access the "xsi:type" attribute. That is, the XML file looks
something like this:
I have an XML Schema containing inherited complex types, and
xs:elements using @type of the top complex type, meaning, any child
complex type can be an instance of that element by declaring the
complex type name using xsi:type .
If I write the xml by hand, and validate against the xml schema, works
Using infopath I can import the schema and the data structure is
displayed in the form designer, although there is no apparent way to
allow users to select the xsi:type the instance of that element will
Has anybody used xsi:type with infopath before, or know any way to...Deserializing with xsi:type="xsd:string"
I have a custom hashtable (a Dictionary<string, object>) for type-varying
(database-derived) values with which I've implemented IXmlSerializable using
XmlSerializer. The output of the value of a string typed as System.Object is
When I use more or less the same XmlSerializer to deserialize this value, I
get an error:
System.InvalidOperationException: Namespace prefix 'xsd' is not defined.
I see what's going on, bu...