I know, I know I can turn this off, but this code ships to customers and they'd have to turn it off too... NET Page Script objects, which have all moved to a separate Scripting object. The environment i put my code does not have any proxy settings in the IE, and i dint get any proxy error while adding a webreferance there Hi pepole: I have been through ways of failure for this, finally got right one.1. In Reference.cs, change following clause to the new one:this.
You can create a validating Xml Reader instance by using the Xml Reader Settings class and the erload: System. The reader normalizes each individual text node independently from the content of adjacent entity reference nodes.
For more information, see Validating XML Data with Xml Reader.
As a side note I’ve noticed that there is a problem with Whidbey and Proxy behavior. Incidentally I have to say that MSDN Feedback center is a royal pain in the ass to use.
While I haven’t been posting much here, I have been posting pretty regularly over on my main development blog code-o-rama.
The parser fires a object that contains details about the parser validation error.