Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

By Dino Esposito

XML is all over the Microsoft® .NET Framework, from Remoting to net providers and from info entry to configuration. know about the large XML middle sessions in .NET and the right way to application opposed to its parser during this in-depth guide—written through a favored programming writer and advisor on state-of-the-art applied sciences equivalent to Microsoft ASP.NET and Microsoft ADO.NET. You’ll locate authoritative reasons of applied sciences comparable to schemas, alterations, and XPath, plus vast dialogue of knowledge entry concerns corresponding to synchronization and serialization, the DiffGram structure, and the XML extensions in Microsoft SQL Server™ 2000. alongside the way in which, you’ll study precisely the way to get the simplest functionality out of XML within the .NET global. You’ll additionally get solutions to universal questions similar to, “When should still i take advantage of XML net companies rather than Remoting?”

Topics coated include:

XML center sessions within the .NET FRAMEWORK

  • The .NET XML parsing model
  • XML readers and writers
  • Validating readers and writers
  • XML Schema


  • The XML DOM in .NET
  • XPath
  • XSLT

XML and knowledge ACCESS

  • XML extensions in SQL Server 2000
  • DataSet serialization
  • The DiffGram format


  • The XML Serializer
  • .NET Remoting
  • XML net services
  • XML info islands
  • Configuration files

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First the method checks whether the CSV file has headers. The structure of the CSV file does not change regardless of whether headers are present. It's the programmer who declares, using a constructor's argument, whether the reader must consider the first row as the header row or just a data row. If the header row is present, it must be read only the first time a read operation is performed on the CSV file, and only if the read state of the reader is set to Initial. NET String object. The Split method takes a character and splits into tokens all the parts of the string separated by that character.

Close(); return buf; } The Boolean value that controls the main loop stops the loop when the reader's internal pointer reaches the end of the stream. GetXmlFileNodeLayout is designed to analyze all nodes but process only those of type Element or EndElement. The name of the node, formatted to look like a tag name, is output to a memory string as a line of text. After finding an Element or EndElement node, the function uses the reader's Depth property to get the nesting level of the current node and arranges a prefix string made of as many tab characters as the depth level.

ReadEndElement Checks that the current content node is an end tag and advances the reader to the next node. Throws an exception if the node is not an end tag. ReadInnerXml Reads and returns all the content below the current node, including markup information. ReadOuterXml Reads and returns all the content in and below the current node, including markup information. ReadStartElement Checks that the current node is an element and advances the reader to the next node. Throws an exception if the node is not a start tag.

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