Net xmlvalidatingreader example


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Choose yes to automatically restore created connections at the next login or choose no to limit the life of this connection to this session. You can save the output of the net use command to a file using a redirection operator.If you're not familiar with this operation, you can learn how to redirect command output to a file for help doing that. This class provides many write method to write XML document items. This class also has a method Skip to skip current node and move to next one. The Xml Write class contains functionality to write data to XML documents. These classes are - Xml Reader, Xml Text Reader, Xml Validating Reader, Xml Node Reader, Xml Writer, and Xml Text Writer. These reader and writer classes are used to read and write XMl documents.

After creating an instance of Xml Text Reader, you call Read method to start reading the document.

The Xml Data Document class provides methods and properties to work with ADO. With the help of Xpath Document, Xpath Navigator provides a fast navigation though XML documents.



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