XmlReader.Create Method (TextReader, XmlReaderSettings, String)
Assembly: System.Xml (in system.xml.dll)
public static XmlReader Create ( TextReader input, XmlReaderSettings settings, string baseUri )
public static XmlReader Create ( TextReader input, XmlReaderSettings settings, String baseUri )
public static function Create ( input : TextReader, settings : XmlReaderSettings, baseUri : String ) : XmlReader
The TextReader from which to read the XML data. Because a TextReader returns a stream of Unicode characters, the encoding specified in the XML declaration is not used by the XmlReader to decode the data stream.
The XmlReaderSettings object used to configure the new XmlReader instance. This value can be a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic).
The base URI for the entity or document being read. This value can be a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic).
The base URI is used to resolve the relative URI of the XML document. Do not use a base URI from an untrusted source.
Return ValueAn XmlReader object to read XML data.
The input value is a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic).
By default an XmlUrlResolver with no credentials is used to access any external resources such as a document type definition (DTD), entities, schemas, and so on. If the external resource is located on a network resource that requires authentication, use the XmlReaderSettings.XmlResolver property to specify an XmlResolver with the necessary credentials.
You can use one of the following methods to control which resources the XmlReader can access:
Restrict the resources that the XmlReader can access by setting the XmlResolver property to an XmlSecureResolver object.
Do not allow the XmlReader to open any external resources by setting the XmlResolver property to a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic).
The created XmlReader object expands entity references and performs XML normalization of new line characters.
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