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By J. Michael Palermo, Chris Knowles, Darshan Singh, Stephen F Mohr, Pieter Siegers

As ASP.NET turns into extra greatly followed there's an expanding desire for content material that is going past extensive overviews of this fascinating new expertise. This publication concentrates on describing how XML should be successfully used inside of ASP.NET functions. assurance contains dialogue of the place and while to exploit XML, designated dialogue of the System.XML namespace, ADO.NET because it pertains to ASP.NET, SQL Server 2000 and SQLXML controlled periods, and XSLT. moreover the e-book particularly spends time highlighting new advancements in XML comparable criteria and applied sciences, and function concerns that the complex ASP.NET developer can be conscious of.

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Method Parameters and Purpose Close GetAttribute Overloaded method that takes either an integer ordinal index or a string name, and returns the attribute referenced by the passed parameter. GetRemainder Takes no parameters and returns a TextReader object containing the unread, buffered remainder c - of the XML document. After this method is called, the EOF property is set to true. IsName Inherited from XmlReader, this method takes a string containing a name and returns true if the string value is a valid XML name.

This certainly isn't the best way to program with XML, but it happens a lot and benefits from the simplicity and speed offered by XmlTextReader. If, however, you are a careful programmer, you are likely to need to validate a document at some point, and XmlValidatingReader provides one way to do that. It is very closely related to XmlTextReader in fact, you generally construct an instance of this class by passing it an instance of XmlTextReader! We'll do just that in a later section of this chapter.

ReadChars Same parameters as ReadBase64, except that the array is typed as char [ ]. This method reads text content into a character array. The purpose is to grant applications control over how much text is read from a potentially lengthy source in any given read operation. ReadElementString Inherited. Used to read text-only element values, this method has three overloaded forms: The first takes no parameters and returns the text node of the element. The second takes a string representation of an element name and returns the text node if and only if the name matches the element name.

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