We now create some attributes for the element using the Xml Writer.Write Attribute String() method and supply the name and the value for that attribute. Write Element String() method with a name and a value as the arguments to write an element that is wrapping a value. Inside it, we add two more elements that contain values. Flush() method to clean the contents of the stream and the Xml Writer. /usr/bin/perl use XML:: XMLWriter; my @data=([' Name', ' Adress', ' Email', ' Sex'], [' Herbert', ' Beer Avenue 45', '[email protected]', ' Male'], [' Anelise', ' Schmidt Street 21', '[email protected]', ' Female'], [' XYZ', ' ZYX', ' ZY', ' XZ'], ['etc...']); my $doc = new XML:: XMLWriter(system = XMLWriter is a Perl 5 object class, its purpose is to make writing XML documents easier, cleaner, safer and standard conform.Its easier because of the object oriented way XML documents are written with XMLWriter.
To create or manipulate XML files, you must use the classes and methods inside the System. Create method and supplying the filename and the Xml Writer Settings object. Next we create a sample comment using teh Xml Writer. Write End Element which writes the closing tag of that element.
So please tell me your opinion and tell me the way how you would make XMLWriter better.
Its not so easy to develop a good API for this matter.
-- Martin Honnen --- MVP XML does that for generating samples from XML schemas. However instead of a validating writer I found that it's more practical to converting the xsd schema to hinted classes with and serializing them back to xml.. I prefer to not use "temp files" and would like to just modify the ...
The article/code in that for generating samples from XML schemas. There are several utility classes to read from strings and streams and vice versa, e.g. Also, I am a bit concerned about performance, particularly as the file grows in size. a database) and am trying to understand the best way to do this.