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Processing XML With C# and .NET


8/19/2014 7:47:00 PM

The specific processor that you choose for this task is totally up to, nevertheless you should be aware that definitely not all processors are identical and your choice is extremely important, the wrong decision might effect in a harmful way on your whole job.

You can use either of two approaches to process your XML file referred to as offline processing and online processing. Offline means there is no need to be linked to your XML source file directly, alternatively you ought to load your document, in advance into memory as a DOM tree.

This is often regarded as a better way for processing your xml file if the xml will be processed over and over again because; whilst you lose memory you will get speed, which is all important when it comes to processing.

Online processing means you have to be linked to your XML source file so that they can process it, as a result this is often really slow, but you do use less memory. This approach might be more suited if the processing is very uncomplicated or if you're merely going to process only parts of the file.

No matter which method you adopt to process your XML file, C# is flexible enough to allow for either method via its .NET library classes.

The premise for the online processing is the XmlReader/XmlWriter abstract classes whilst the System.Xml.XmlDocument class would be the basis for offline processing.

To produce your XML document you use an XmlDocument constructor, this will likely make an empty XML document in memory. Within this XML document you can utilize nodes to build up an XML tree to virtually any complexity as well as level that you like, step-by-step.

After constructing (or loading) an XML tree, you'll be able to navigate over it and shape it with XmlDocument's properties.

To conclude, there are a variety of ways for processing XML files in C#, which includes browsers, or you might make use of an XML C# tool such as (http://www.liquid-technologies.com/XmlDataBinding/Xml-Schema-...) Liquid XML C# tool, which saves you time in making thousands of lines of error free code, instantaneously from the xml or schema file.