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I guess I could change your code to generate the new file in memory using a Memory Stream that might improve the performace somewhat but the main theme stays the same--double processing.
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I guess I could change your code to generate the new file in memory using a Memory Stream that might improve the performace somewhat but the main theme stays the same--double processing. Do you have any sample custom reader code that might create a DOCTYPE if one is not present? That's not a problem - you can extend Xml Text Reader to expose synthetic Doctype.
Do you have any sample custom reader code that might create a DOCTYPE if one is not present? That's not a problem - you can extend Xml Text Reader to expose synthetic Doctype.
When the following code is executed the XML gets resolved through the XMLResolver and gets correctly validated against the locally stored DTD file.
The problem occurs when the incoming XML contains no DOCTYPE attribute. Load(reader); The XML document's stream is contained in the stream variable Here is My DTDResolver declaration: private class My DTDResolver: Xml Url Resolver define.
As far as using the XSLT code to insert the DOCTYPE, I couldn't use it because the XML files that I receive could be very large and I do not want to regenerate the whole file just to check for its validity.
As for creating a custom Xml Reader, I initially tried it but it is not that simple since in order to fake the DOCTYPE attribute one has to first determine that it is missing or invalid and then simulate it only in that case. Here is what I ended up doing: Because the Validating Reader does not throw any exceptions if DOCTYPE is missing I just check Xml Document.
Xml Document doc = new Xml Document(); Xml Validating Reader reader = new Xml Validating Reader(new Xml Text Reader(stream)); reader. XSLT is the simplest one - the following stylesheet adds Doctype to a source document, while preserving the rest as is: With big documents though it could be quite ineffective so I'd use custom Xml Reader, which exposes synthetic Doctype node if the document doesn't have one.