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Visual studio 2016 validating xml schema

I have so far a (very) simple autocompletion for elements and attributes and a simple validation via parser by xml2js and xmlchecker using xml schemas from a storage. I would like to extend xmlcheck, as it does seem to incorrectly validate xml when the namespace is used in the same tag as it is defined: = Error but I don't know much about peg/syntax.

Furthermore, I just tested it to fulfill my needs on the ui5 xml xsd's, which may or may not cover the whole bandwidth of xsd definitions.

I would like to exclude the xml linting part to either the xml tools extension (who I did not contact so far, but will do now) or a standalone extension, but for that it should have a minimum standard. I don't particularly need generic XML intellisense myself, but I'm happy to collaborate in building it if anyone else is interested :) This issue has been closed because it is not within the scope of the core product, but could be addressed by an extension. This issue has been closed because it is not within the scope of the core product, but could be addressed by an extension. @errorx666 This extension leverages the Language Server Protocol (https://langserver.org/).

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After clicking on the "Create Schema" command we will have a XSD of the sample XML file.4.

We can change the data type of the tags as in the following screen.5.

Is this something that is supposed to work, or are we missing something.

Visual studio 2016 validating xml schema

Here is a sample of an XML file (taken from our repo - https://github.com/Native Script/template-hello-world): @egamma By the way, the autocomplete-plus package provide is exactly what we need. As far as I found, the API is not rich enough, but I hope I might've been mistaken...

@Erjan Gavalji did you compare the Completion Provider interface with Autocomplete-plus. Completion Provider doesn't make assumptions about the language. @Erjan Gavalji did you compare the Completion Provider interface with Autocomplete-plus. Completion Provider doesn't make assumptions about the language.

For me fully featured XML editor (Intelli Sense, validation, formatting, go to definition) is most important missing feature in Code.

I have an XSD schema I need to include within my program, to validate some user input XML. (By the programmer.) My current method to include this is hold a reference to it within - however, as I understand, this requires running a separate process outside of Visual Studio, which makes it more complex to update, and requires the process being detailed for future authors. I found 2 other answers on SO that explain how to automate this: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14897750/automate-xsd-exe-during-build https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2990684/automatically-generate-xsd-to-c-sharp-in-visual-studio-ide The second one refers to a tool called XSD2code which is on codeplex. The answer largely depends on how often you expect your types to change in a way that would force changes to the schema.

I can't imagine this is an unusual situation - is there a method by which this is commonly done, where I can remove the duplication in my current method, but still not have the need to manually process the schema on each update? If changes occur rarely or not at all, the easiest thing to do from a maintainer's standpoint may very well be to duplicate the values in a static XSD document.

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