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Dataset and XML

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Hi
I have an SQL Server stored procedure wich returns ceratin data and I have
it in a Dataset. I am supposed to change that data into an specific standard
XML format and write it to file.
I am using Visual Studio 2005 wich is completely new to me.
Could you help with some hints about how can I do that.
I have been looking a lot about this from the Net but every thing I have
found is very simple: GetXml() But that is not enough for me. I need to
change that XML so that I get it in the previously defined standard format
Thanks for any help
Gabriel
Nov 1 '06 #1
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Hi
Sorry for cross posting. I posted this also to sqlserver.xml newsgroup and I
do not know how to erase from here.
regards
Gabriel

Nov 1 '06 #2

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XSLT (XSL Stylesheets) are used to transform XML from one format to
another. In your program, use an XSL processor and an XSL stylesheet
(that you write) to convert the XML data you receive from the database
into the XML format required by your schema.

Andy

Nov 1 '06 #3

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Hi Andy
Thanks a lot for your reply. I am a beginner to XML and .Net and your answer
helps me find where to start from.
Greetings from Finland
Gabriel

"Andy" wrote:
XSLT (XSL Stylesheets) are used to transform XML from one format to
another. In your program, use an XSL processor and an XSL stylesheet
(that you write) to convert the XML data you receive from the database
into the XML format required by your schema.

Andy

Nov 1 '06 #4

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