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I am using XSD.exe to generate C# classes corresponding to my schema which are consumed by a C++/CLI app to produce XML documents based on the schema, but I am not comfortable with it for a couple of reasons.

1. I cant read the schema information from the autogenerated class, therefore.
2. More importantly a change to the class involves substatanial rework.

How can I use SOM with either C# or C++/CLI to interogate the Schema directly and build my XML documents based on the outcome of this interrogation?

I would appreciate shared experiences.

Meantime I am looking at a couple of online examples and trying to figure out what to do next...
Posted 9-Mar-11 0:09am
Ger Hayden34.6K

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Solution 1

What we did was derive from the generated classes to minimize the impact changes had on our code base. Still, changes of the schema did mean regenerating the classes and recompiling the application.

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