The base URI tells you where these nodes came from.If there is no base URI for the nodes being returned (for example, they were parsed from an in-memory string), String. When any external reference is read (such as expanding an entity in a DTD file or reading a schema file) the encoding property is set to the encoding value of the external reference.This constructor can handle strings returned from Xml Validating Reader. The following table lists valid values for frag Type and how the reader parses each of the different node types. Auto) the Xml Parser Context specified in the constructor must supply all the necessary Document Type information.If this reader will be validating using DTD (that is, Xml Validating Reader. Note It is not possible to validate a fragment using DTD.The following table lists valid values for frag Type and how the reader parses each of the different node types. Auto) the Xml Parser Context specified in the constructor must supply all the necessary Document Type information.
Max Characters From Entities = 80; //0 doesn't make sense here, as it's the default value //create Xml Reader later, passing the pre-defined settings var xml Reader = Xml Reader. Full Name, settings); //the rest of the codes remain untouched var vr = new Xml Validating Reader(xml Reader); vr. When external DTDs or schemas are needed for validation the Xml Validating Reader.Xml Resolver property sets the Xml Resolver object to use for resolving external resources.The Xml Parser Context in which the XML fragment is to be parsed.This includes the Xml Name Table to use, encoding, namespace scope, the current xml:lang and the xml:space scope.