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Visual Basic 6.0 validating XML against XSD?

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Greetings experts,

How difficult would it be to write a VB program that validates an XML file against an XSD file and makes a list of all of the reasons validation failed, i.e. missing tags, missing required items, minimum counts not met, etc?

Just a few nudges in the right direction will be helpful.

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Joe
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