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Removing statements from xml files

Posted on 2007-04-10
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Hello Experts,

I have to remove below mentioned statements from xml files....there are multiple types of such statements..


1. <?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="../../home.xsl" ?>
2. <?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="../../page.xsl" ?>

also there are attributes such as below...there are multiple xsd's which needs to remove with attribute.

1. xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
2. xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="../../home.xsd"
3. xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="../../page.xsd"


Is there any way to implement such type of task using vb.net? or any references for the same?

Thanks,
Shailesh
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by:fridom
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Why not? Just read it line by line and compart it to the string you like to install, then write out another file with the stuff you want deleted beeing ommitted.

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Friedrich
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by:ShaileshShinde
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Hello Expert,

I am doing something like this....

Private Sub cmdPreProcess_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles cmdPreProcess.Click
        Dim mydir As New DirectoryInfo(mstrFolderXMLFiles)
        mydir = New DirectoryInfo(mstrFolderXMLFiles)
        WorkWithDirectory(mydir)
    End Sub
    Public Shared Sub WorkWithDirectory(ByVal aDir As DirectoryInfo)
        Dim nextDir As DirectoryInfo
        WorkWithFilesInDir(aDir)
        For Each nextDir In aDir.GetDirectories
            WorkWithDirectory(nextDir)
        Next
    End Sub
    Public Shared Sub WorkWithFilesInDir(ByVal aDir As DirectoryInfo)
        Dim aFile As FileInfo
        For Each aFile In aDir.GetFiles("*.xml")
            Dim sr As StreamReader = New StreamReader(aFile.FullName)
            Dim content As String = sr.ReadToEnd()
            sr.Read()
            Dim strFull As String
            Dim strOriginal As String = "<?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="../../home.xsl" ?>"
            Dim strReplace As String = ""
            strFull = content.Replace(strOriginal, strReplace)
            MsgBox(strFull)
        Next
    End Sub


But here it's not finding "strOriginal", what needs to be done instead of this?

Thanks,
Shailesh
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fridom earned 250 total points
ID: 18887866
Is it really written the mentioned way? I can see at least a few problems:
You write your string with " but within the string you use " also that means it will end the string, so this code cna not compile that way. At least you ahve to quote your " properly.

Regards
Friedrich
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by:ShaileshShinde
ID: 18887868
Yeah..it does not compile it..ask for end of statement..for strOriginal
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by:ShaileshShinde
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Hello Expert,

I got it i need to put something like this....."<?xml:stylesheet type=""text/xsl"" href=""../../home.xsl"" ?>"

Thanks,
Shailesh
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