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Besides, the Schema world allows creation of user-defined data types.It is fait accompli that almost every programmer devotes about 50 to 70 percent of his time in determining whether the data he/she is dealing with, is in the right format or not. Load Xml(String xml) Searching for others' advice / solutions for such a problem on the web didn't help very much... Turned out the problem was very very simple to fix (as they sometimes are) - it was just a typo. NET Framework gave you some capable tools for validating XML data. NET Framework 2.0 augments the original capabilities significantly. NET 1.x's XML validation features, providing new classes and methods that are not only standards-compliant, but also easy to use. An XML file is usually validated for its conformance to a particular schema or a DTD.Loading configuration afterwards is just a matter of deserializing it. Well, no matter how hard I try, the following sample config looks just awful to me (and believe me, I've created many like this one): And you know XAML goes the same route, using .NET naming convensions for elements and attributes... NET Intellisense or something (auto-completing Load Xml instead of just Load) - doh!

Load(Xml Document doc, Xml Reader reader, Boolean preserve Whitespace) at System. On the other hand, I didn't want to write all my configuration loading by hand anymore, specially once I got used to the incredibly fast refactoring that is enabled by the combination of XSD-Xml Serialier: all refactorings in the schema reflect on the classes, and you get inmediate compile-time errors in the code depending on old element names, or now inexistent or relocated elements. Another aspect the Xml Serializer-based approach enables is a full programmatic typed configuration API you can use to write changes back to the file. Summarizing, the benefits are: straightforward loading and storing back. And I definitely didn't want to write/use yet another codegen extension/tool to do the dirty job of adding all those XML serialization attributes to account for this "little" issue of casing. So the answer is pretty simple once you know it: write a custom reader that turns the first letter into uppercase as it reads, and a custom writer that turns it back to lower upon saving it back. Well, not only this looks pretty ugly (IMO) to any XML geek, but it also sort of unveils you're using for loading it, and for some guys, this may seem like a less professional approach to configuration (don't ask me why). Well, I decided I wanted the best of both worlds, as usual.Learning yet another codegen tool just to overcome this "minor" casing issue sounded overkill for me. I wanted camel Case-style elements and attributes, but Xml Serializer-based configuration loading and saving. NETLearn AJAXLearn Silverlight Learn Visual Studio Learn ADO. NETLearn Web Services Learn Controls Learn Biz Talk Learn Share Point Learn Mobile Learn SQLLearn SQL Reporting Learn Windows Forms Learn XMLLearn Crystal Reports Learn Far Point Learn Dev Express Examples ASP.