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howto create such typed dataset?

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I would like to create a typed dataset, from which I could create such xml
document using WriteXML method.
Is it possible?

............
<Fields Count=34>
<Field Name="name1">value1</Field>
<Field Name="name2">value2</Field>
....
</Fields>
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Jul 21 '05 #1
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Use the XSD.EXE command line tool that is included with the Microsoft
..NET SDK (or VS.NET) to create typed datasets from an XSD file.

If you only have XML as a source, you can use the VS.NET designer. Open
the XML file, right-click and choose "Create Schema". Open the newly
created schema (.XSD) file, right-click and choose "Generate DataSet".

Giedrius wrote:
I would like to create a typed dataset, from which I could create such
xml document using WriteXML method.
Is it possible?

...........
<Fields Count=34>
<Field Name="name1">value1</Field>
<Field Name="name2">value2</Field>
...
</Fields>
.................

Jul 21 '05 #2

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thanks for help.
"Joshua Flanagan" <jo**@msnews.com> wrote in message
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Use the XSD.EXE command line tool that is included with the Microsoft .NET
SDK (or VS.NET) to create typed datasets from an XSD file.

If you only have XML as a source, you can use the VS.NET designer. Open
the XML file, right-click and choose "Create Schema". Open the newly
created schema (.XSD) file, right-click and choose "Generate DataSet".

Giedrius wrote:
I would like to create a typed dataset, from which I could create such
xml document using WriteXML method.
Is it possible?

...........
<Fields Count=34>
<Field Name="name1">value1</Field>
<Field Name="name2">value2</Field>
...
</Fields>
.................


Jul 21 '05 #3

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