Monthly Archives: October 2011

Xslt 1.0 biggest issues (kind of) solved

Xslt 1.0 has a number of issues that can make the life of an Xml developer frustrating. A lot of them are addressed by Xslt 2.0. Unfortunately the .NET Framework does not have an Xslt 2.0 compliant processor. Fortunately most of the biggest Xslt 1.0 pain points have workarounds. Having workarounds rather than real solutions is almost never ideal but…

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The world has moved on, have you? Xml APIs you should avoid using.

There is a few Xml APIs you should not be using. In some cases the complier makes this obvious – the API is marked as obsolete and you will get a warning when compiling an application that uses any of these APIs. All the obsolete APIs have their replacements. The replacement for the obsolete XmlSchemaCollection class is…

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