By Dino Esposito
XML is all over the Microsoft .NET Framework, from Remoting to net providers and from info entry to configuration. know about the vast XML center sessions in .NET and how one can application opposed to its parser during this in-depth consultant - written through a well-liked programming writer and advisor on state of the art applied sciences comparable to Microsoft ASP.NET and Microsoft ADO.NET. you will find authoritative motives of applied sciences equivalent to schemas, changes, and XPath, plus broad dialogue of information entry matters comparable to synchronization and serialization, the DiffGram layout, and the XML extensions in Microsoft SQL Server.
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NET classes, including, but not limited to, XmlDocument and XmlTextReader, make use internally of a NameTable object. User applications too can use a NameTable object to store potentially duplicated strings more efficiently. When stored in a name table, a string is said to be an atomized string. The net effect of atomized strings is that XML readers can manage elements and attributes as references rather than values and can therefore function more effectively, especially in terms of memory occupation and speed of comparison.
The read methods let you fetch the specified number of bytes (len argument) from the current reader starting at the given offset (offset argument). The fetched bytes are then placed in the array argument. The return value indicates the number of bytes effectively read. This number equals len if the call was successful. The return value could be less than len if the stream is close to its end, however. Anomalous situations are identified through exceptions. So what's the difference between these three methods?
Prior to calling GetEntity, you must be sure to call ResolveUri, passing both the relative URI and any base URI. ResolveUri is responsible for combining these URIs into an absolute URI. Another problem a resolver must be ready to face arises when the resource referenced by the URI is protected and available only to authenticated users. In this case, the resolver must be passed valid credentials to carry out the task. Credentials are represented by an instance of the NetworkCredential class. The NetworkCredential class can be used to support a variety of authentication schemes that make use of passwords.
Applied XML Programming for Microsoft .NET by Dino Esposito