Download e-book for iPad: Applied XML programming for Microsoft.NET by Dino Esposito

By Dino Esposito

ISBN-10: 0735618011

ISBN-13: 9780735618015

XML is buried all around the Microsoft .NET Framework, yet powerful XML parsing and coding in .NET calls for adjustment. This booklet describes the set of XML center periods in .NET, introduces the .NET XML parsing version and the way to software opposed to it, and discusses XML readers and writers and XMLDOM. It examines similar applied sciences akin to schemas, modifications, and XPath, and it discusses information matters akin to synchronization and serialization, the DiffGram layout, and the XML extensions in Microsoft SQL Server 2000. This Microsoft Press name additionally finds the best way to get the easiest functionality from XML with .NET, and it bargains in-depth info on interoperability subject matters reminiscent of whilst to exploit XML internet providers and whilst to take advantage of remoting.

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The key method for our custom reader is still Read, and Value is the principal property. We'll use a StreamReader object to access the file and move from line to line as the user calls Read. From an XML point of view, the structure of a CSV file is rather simple. It consists of just one level of nodes—the Depth property is always 0—and, subsequently, there is no possibility for nested nodes. As you can imagine, this fact greatly simplifies the development and the internal logic of the reader. Important If you look at the full source code for the XmlCsvReader class, you'll notice that not all properties (see Table 2-1, on page 27) and methods (see Table 2-3, on page 30) defined for the XmlReader class are actually implemented or overridden.

You override all abstract methods and properties and, if needed, add your own overloads and custom members. public class XmlCsvReader : XmlReader { ⋮ } The XmlCsvReader class we're going to build is the reader class that processes CSV files as XML documents. Given the structure of a CSV file, not all methods and properties defined by the abstract XML reader interface make sense. For example, a CSV file does not contain namespaces or entities. Likewise, it does not need a name table property. Aside from these few exceptions, a large part of the XmlReader class basic interface is preserved.

The name/ value pairs are stored in a NameValueCollection object, which is emptied each time the Read method is called. The Name and Value Properties The Name property represents the name of the current node—be it an element or an attribute node. Both the Name and the Value properties share a common design, as shown in the following code. Their content is determined by the node type.

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