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xml graphic representation

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jrl
I'm new to using XML, so I'm seeking some general pointers about approaching
a project. I'd like to read the sitemap xml file, and generate a graphic
representation of the website from the site map. I would like to do this
dynamically (creating the page from the current sitemap file). I'm wondering
if there are some built in functions I can use, for example to:
1) parse the xml file, creating units at each node
2) interpret levels within the file
3) create graphics based on each node, writing the node property in the text
of the graphic object.

I know what functions I'll need for the graphic objects (rect) but maybe
this functionality is already built in to .net and you can direct me to the
functions. I'm building the project in C#.

Or maybe this is best approached with Silverlight. Any general approaches
toward using the most suitable functionality is welcome.

Mar 14 '08 #1
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