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XmlSerializer vs SoapFormatter

Hi,

XmlSerializer can serialize data to a file, but SoapFormatter can do the same except that the serialized data in the file is not proper Xml : for instance there is no XmlRoot-element.

Why then use SoapFormatter at all ?

thanks
Chris
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