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icon5.gif  Please help - "\r\n Problem in OracleXmlType " [message #248814] Mon, 02 July 2007 02:34
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Registered: July 2007
Junior Member
Dear All,
I have to fix the issue with the following code. I'm

going to create an xml in memory and writing some data in

to it. Here is the code

MemoryStream memStream = new MemoryStream();
XmlWriterSettings settings = new XmlWriterSettings();
settings.Indent = true;
settings.OmitXmlDeclaration = true;
settings.NewLineHandling = NewLineHandling.Entitize ; //

it will replace "\r\n" with "&#D;&#A;"
writer = XmlWriter.Create(memStream,settings);// it will

write xml in memory stream
riter.WriteString("4\r\n6"); // here is the problem


Thus I successfully created xml. It will look like

Now im going to read the xml with "XmlReader" class and

converting it to OracleXmlType class
Here is the code;

XmlReader xmlReader=XmlReader.Create(memStream); // Here

xmlReader object only used as arg to OracelXmlType class.

ie i have not used this object to read xml.
OracleXmlType objXmlType=new OracleXmlType

(orclConnection,xmlReader); // I have oracle connection

object named "orclConnection";

Now the issue comes. When I tried to watch the value of

"objXmlType" ( by QuickWatch) i found "\r" missing from

attribute value of "book". Xml look like
<book>4\n6</book> // where is "\r" ??????????

But when I tried to read that xml with XmlReader object

xmlReader.ReadStartElement("book"); // "4\r\n\6"

can be viewed by debug point at this line
I noticed that there is no problem ie it shows "\r" ,

but when converting it with OracelXmlType, it ("\r")


I think now you have clear idea of the issue. Can you

find any solution to this problem?
Or is this bug of "OracelXmlType" class ?

Prasad A.K
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