returns the XML expression tree corresponding to a string.
uses the pre-initialized XMLParser object to parse the string.
|"NormalizeWhitespace"||True||whether to remove leading, trailing, and multiple internal whitespace in elements|
|"IncludeNamespaces"||Automatic||whether to explicitly include namespaces|
|"ValidateAgainstDTD"||Automatic||whether to validate the XML against the DTD content model|
|"IncludeEmbeddedObjects"||None||whether to retain comments and processing instructions|
|"AllowRemoteDTDAccess"||True||whether to seek DTDs on the network|
|"ReadDTD"||True||whether to read the DTD|
|"IncludeDefaultedAttributes"||False||whether to explicitly include default attributes as defined in the DTD|
|"AllowUnrecognizedEntities"||Automatic||whether entities undefined by the DTD are considered errors|
|"PreserveCDATASections"||False||whether the distinction between CDATA sections and regular character data is maintained on import|
Basic Examples (2)
To use XMLGetString with a pre-initialized parser, pre-initialize the parser according to a DTD at the remote URL and name that pre-initialized parser XHTMLParser:
Use the pre-initialized parser to validate the string on import. "Valid"->True indicates the string was validated successfully: