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Where can I find information on this

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Hi,
I need to take orders online and convert each order object to and xml file.
The file will then be encrypted and periodically, the files will be
downloaded by a desktop application for processing.

I've seen an article on this a while ago but can't seem to find it now.
Anyone have any information on how to do this?

Thanks
Jun 7 '07 #1
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What part of the task are you seeking information on?

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Hi,
I need to take orders online and convert each order object to and xml
file.
The file will then be encrypted and periodically, the files will be
downloaded by a desktop application for processing.

I've seen an article on this a while ago but can't seem to find it now.
Anyone have any information on how to do this?

Thanks

Jun 7 '07 #2

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Hello Chris,

To do what?
To serialize - use NetDataContractSerializer class
To encript - use DESCryptoServiceProvider see VB sample there http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301070

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CHi,
CI need to take orders online and convert each order object to and xml
Cfile.
CThe file will then be encrypted and periodically, the files will be
Cdownloaded by a desktop application for processing.
CI've seen an article on this a while ago but can't seem to find it
Cnow. Anyone have any information on how to do this?
C>
CThanks
C>
Jun 7 '07 #3

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