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Working with XML and XML Schemas

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Hi, simple question, how do you validate an XML file against a Schema?

I wish to create a list of all XML files in a dierctory which validate against a schema
E.g.

For Each File as FileInfo in New DirectoryInfo(filePath, "*.xml").GetFiles

  If ValidateXML(FileInfo.FilePath) Then lstDisplay.Items.Add(FileInfo.Name)

End For

Sub ValidateXML(filePath as string)
  ???????????
End Sub

Any ideas?

Thanks for you help,
Dan
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Have a look at this link:

http://samples.gotdotnet.com/quickstart/howto/doc/Xml/ValidationReadingXML.aspx

It should explain all that you need.
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