@whitej71 In the example you gave, it is correctly returning false.The function example is comparing a string to a known date format.To create an XML schema-validating Xml Reader, follow these steps. Dim manager As Xml Namespace Manager = New Xml Namespace Manager(document. Add Namespace("bk", " Dim price Node As Xml Node = document. In the code example that follows, a schema-validating Xml Reader validates the XML data loaded into the DOM. Schema Class Xml Document Validation Example Shared Sub Main() Try ' Create a schema validating Xml Reader. Validation Event Handler, New Validation Event Handler(Address Of Validation Event Handler) settings. Select Single Node("/bk:bookstore/bk:book/bk:price", manager) Console.
The below suggested date validation (from another note) does NOT work for ALL formats and date inputs.function validate Date($date, $format = 'Y-m-d H:i:s')A couple of examples should suffice as a warning to test carefully and particularly not to use code that allows passing in of just any date format string:var_dump(validate Date('7/01/16', 'n/j/y')); # false but should be truevar_dump(validate Date('7/1/16', 'm/d/y')); # false but should be true Sorry, I don't have a suggested correction.
After successful validation, schema defaults are applied, text values are converted to atomic values as necessary, and type information is associated with validated information items. Dim document As Xml Document = New Xml Document() document.
As a result, typed XML data replaces previously untyped XML data. Load(reader) ' Make an invalid change to the first and last ' price elements in the XML document, and write ' the Xml Schema Info values assigned to the price ' element during load validation to the console.
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