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Default Defining a DTD for an XMl Document

Is there any way to define a DTD for an XML file ? I have a set of 12.000 files, all without DTD's defined in the files. The files does have a DTD to validate against, and I need C# to be able to use this file to validate the XML files against.

Is there any way of defining this, without having to insert a doctype in all the xml files ? (I know I can do this with xslt, but thats out of the question).

Something like:

XmlTextReader reader = new XmlTextReader(filename);
reader.setDocumentType(dtdfile);


Thanks,

.:BoeManE:.




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