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I haven't done much with XML yet, I just know XML reader can read xml, and
xml writer can write... how do you update an element though!? any samples
out there that would help, MSDN documents have so much stuff on them but
nothing specificly says how to update... I'm tring to use an xml doc as a
settings file for my ASP.net website... thanks
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Cor
Hi Brian,

An simple question, but how to give a simple answer,

Because you can use XML on so many ways,

Some edit it with the notebook.
Some make a dataset from it (I dont know if you know it but that is a kind
of table that can be bound to controls like the datagrid that can be used on
a windowform and on a webform)
An Xml file can be read and written in a streaming way.
It can be read and written streaming tag by tag

Many way, I hope you don't mind I start explaining them all for you?

Cor
I haven't done much with XML yet, I just know XML reader can read xml, and
xml writer can write... how do you update an element though!? any samples
out there that would help, MSDN documents have so much stuff on them but
nothing specificly says how to update... I'm tring to use an xml doc as a
settings file for my ASP.net website... thanks

Nov 20 '05 #2

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Cor
> Many way, I hope you don't mind I start explaining them all for you?

Many ways, I hope you don't mind that I don't try to explain them all for
you?

:-)

Cor
Nov 20 '05 #3

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so i just made one useing a dataset, and it seemed to work nicely... thanks!

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Many way, I hope you don't mind I start explaining them all for you?

Many ways, I hope you don't mind that I don't try to explain them all for
you?

:-)

Cor

Nov 20 '05 #4

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