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I hope someone can help.
I want to present information stored in an SQL table in a TreeView. Using code similar to Listings 13-14 or 13-21, I've been able to generate XML in the format I want. What I cannot figure out, however, is how to write the XML to a file that can be consumed by the tree view.
I'm fairly new to this, so please forgive my ignorance, if I'm missing something simple.
Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
Steve

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Steve:

There are several options or writing XML depending on what objects you are using. If you are using an XmlDocument object, there is a Save method that lets you save the XML to a file. If you simply have the XML stored in a string then you can use one of the Writer objects available in .NET (XmlTextWriter, StreamWriter, etc).

Chapter 22 has a bunch of information on using the classes in the System.IO space to write data to the disk.

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Steve / Devin

It seems to me that writing the XML to disk and then loading it into a tree-view seems rather a slow process; far better if it would data-bind to an XML stream returned from a procedure.

Is this possible?

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