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when i use the (default) xmlns tag references xmlns:xsi="" and xmlns:xsd="", does the serializer actually need a connection to internet to fetch these files?
Posted 13-Jun-12 4:59am
joost.versteegen 13-Jun-12 10:24am
SAKryukov 13-Jun-12 20:25pm
In fact, the question is important, but I must note that you could easily find the answer by yourself. Anyway, my 5 for asking. The answer by Sandeep is correct, I suggest you accept if formally (green button).

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Read all about what they mean and are for:[^]

Depending on the XML you define it. To your question, defining a URL in XMLNS defines the scema of the xml and gives it a namespace. It does not fetch anything, it's just that one can follow the schema at the given URL. "The namespace URI is not used by the parser to look up information."
VJ Reddy 13-Jun-12 10:51am
Good reference. 5!
Sandeep Mewara 13-Jun-12 11:23am
SAKryukov 13-Jun-12 20:26pm
Correct, my 5. I also voted 5 for the question (see my comment to it though) and recommended OP to accept this answer formally.
Sandeep Mewara 13-Jun-12 23:26pm
Thanks SA. :)

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