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Default One "web.sitemap" for two languages!!??

Hi All.
I'm writing a website in two languages. But as you know we can have only one "web.sitemap" file in the root of our website. I really need to know how i can have one "web.sitemap" file that contains both sections (both languages) but in every language user can only see the parts which are related to that language in the TreeView control?
I know we can filter a XML file with XPath property of XmlDataSource but i'm using SiteMapDatasource and it doesn't have XPath property.
Thanks alot for your help, Comrades!

 


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