What is XML Infoset?

 Posted by Dhanik.sahni on 10/6/2010 | Category: WCF Interview questions | Views: 9059 | Points: 40
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The XML Information Set defines a data model for XML. It is an abstract set of concepts such as attributes and entities that can be used to describe a valid XML document. According to the specification, "An XML document's information set consists of a number of information items; the information set for any well-formed XML document will contain at least a document information item and several others."


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