All of their types and their members are obsolete and are not supported as of the . These assemblies were used to host Windows Forms controls and to run executables in Internet Explorer.
Use of this type is not recommended because it is being deprecated in Visual Studio 2005; there will be no replacement for this feature.
This should only be used if you know in advance that the document will contain no entity references (or perhaps if your query or stylesheet is not interested in the content of text and attribute nodes).
Here is my code: // Create reader setttings with our schema definition.
The reader encapsulates the processed stream as an XML tree.
This class also checks whether there are described links on the DTD in the XML.
The Xml Reader Settings and Xml Schema Set classes do not support XML-Data Reduced (XDR) schema validation.
The Depth increments and decrements by one when you step into and out of general entity references.
Saxon uses the properties of the is discouraged, because it does not expand entity references.
The Xml Reader is not required to perform validation but it must expand any entity references.
The class allows quick read-only and forward-only access to XML data streams.