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Hi Experts,

I've written an xml schema validator which works to a point.  I just need to try and get it a little more specific about the location of the error.  I have the schema file (.xsd) stored locally.

Is there anyway I can get the validator to give me specific line numbers in the xml file with the error?  Or at least the main element the error comes from?

txtresponse & txtxmlerror are both textboxes.

Any Help greatly appreciated.

I can provide both the schema and an xml file if required.

Thanks,
Private Sub btnvalxml_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnvalxml.Click
        txtResponse.Text = "No Errors"
        Dim myDocument As New XmlDocument
        myDocument.Load("S:\Training\MOJ_Add_Claims\AYA0004-0001\AYA0004-0001.xml")
        myDocument.Schemas.Add("", "d:\XMLSchema1.xsd")
        Dim eventHandler As ValidationEventHandler = New ValidationEventHandler(AddressOf ValidationEventHandler)
        myDocument.Validate(eventHandler)
    End Sub
    Private Sub ValidationEventHandler(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As ValidationEventArgs)
        Select Case e.Severity
            Case XmlSeverityType.Error
                Debug.WriteLine("Error: {0}", e.Message)
                txtxmlerror.Text = e.Message
                txtResponse.Text = "Errors Found"
            Case XmlSeverityType.Warning
                Debug.WriteLine("Warning {0}", e.Message)
                txtxmlerror.Text = e.Message
                txtResponse.Text = "Errors Found"
        End Select
    End Sub

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Hi Kalpesh,

Thanks for your post, i've download the coding,

works great,

thanks,
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if you satisfied with answer then

Please Accept my Post as Answer and Allot Points..
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