If you know a solution to use XDR without obsolete classes, I'm glad to ask a new question - and even offer a bounty on [email protected] W.: Not knowing anything about XDR, do you mean that this is generated code and you don't control the generation part?
I'm fixing warnings in my program and apparently xmlvalidating reader and xmlschemacollection is obsolete. Here's an attempt at "mimicking" the previous validation function with the new one involving xmlschemaset and xmlreader.create.
To disable it in project properties, go into the project properties, the Build tab, Errors and Warnings section, Suppress Warnings, and specify 0168 (not CS0168). I have already tried to apply every suggestion offered by Visual Studio to replace it by something else, but I never managed to get out of the obsolete mode.
I think that's because XDR is obsolete in general, no matter which class you use.
I first declare a schema, and set it using the targeturi string, then add it to the schemaset while setting up the validation event handler. Length - 3) "xsd"; Xml Schema xsd = new Xml Schema(); xsd. Length - 3) "xsd"; Xml Schema xsd = new Xml Schema(); xsd.
I think my problem is setting up the readers and the input streams. Source Uri = xsd_file; Xml Schema Set ss = new Xml Schema Set(); ss. Source Uri = xsd_file; Xml Schema Set ss = new Xml Schema Set(); ss.