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Process Schema Location; Xml Reader XMLvalidator = Xml Reader.

The XML format that I'm parsing and validating isn't the savvyest of formats as it was created years ago before the XML Schema specification was complete. When the document is loaded directly from a test file it works fine.

While it has a namespace and it's an official specification, the instance documents don't have a namespace. When I run it directly through one of the extended "fake-out" Xml Text Readers, it doesn't work.

The resolver code never gets called and the validation does not occur at all. Is that a bug and there is no way to enforce the DTD even if the icoming XML file does not specify the DTD file? You can add Doctype to a document using a variety of methods.

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.

-- Oleg Tkachenko [XML MVP] defeats the purpose of the Validating Reader and makes it useless since I have no control over the incoming files.

That means that someone could just submit an XML file without a DOCTYPE and render the whole validation process useless.

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.

-- Oleg Tkachenko [XML MVP] problem occurs when the incoming XML contains no DOCTYPE attribute.

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.

The documents come in like this: Before I'd look hard at the schema I had assumed that I could load them with an Xml Namespace Upgrade Reader. NET 1.1 has carnal knowledge of Xml Text Reader and is probably making some assumptions about the underlying stream and doing some caching rather than taking my fake-out Xml Reader's word for it.