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Old November 13th, 2006, 07:06 AM
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Hi,

I need a solution for an online examination wizrd. I have a checklist box and on selecting the items from checklist box and click next, i need to write the information in a xml file and this xml file should be used to navigate back and next buttons.

say, i have 4 items in a checklistbox and selected only 3 or 2 items, on click of next the informations i selected should be written into a xml file and the next url is read to go to next page. the unselected item's pages hould be skipped. so the xml should have only informations about pages that are going to be navigated. I need the solution in asp.net 2.0 using vb.net or c#.

reply to sarunmphil@msn.com
thanks, Arun.K.S





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