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Old November 17th, 2006, 03:23 PM
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Default How to load an xml file that is in same project?

Hey guys, I am new to winforms so please forgive me.
I am trying to write to an xml file that I created. The file is in the same project (in the root level of the project, not hidden away in sub folders).

However, it bombs out when it tries to find the xml file:

Here's the error:
{System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not find file 'S:\source\cs\sTopGun\CSharp\sBriefcase\BriefcaseS yncNotifier\bin\Debug\SyncSettings.xml

Here's my code so far:

                DataSet xmlDataSet = new DataSet();
                StreamReader myStreamReader = new StreamReader("SyncSettings.xml");
                xmlDataSet.ReadXml(myStreamReader);
                myStreamReader.Close();
I tried using StreamReader myStreamReader = new StreamReader(Application.StartupPath + "\\SyncSettings.xml");

but that didn't work either.

I checked and Application.StartupPath is returning the following:

S:\source\cs\sTopGun\CSharp\sBriefcase\BriefcaseSy ncNotifier\bin\Debug
It's going all the way to the Debug directory. I just need it to point to the following:

S:\source\cs\sTopGun\CSharp\sBriefcase\BriefcaseSy ncNotifier
Any ideas? Thanks!!!

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tryston02,

Not the most graceful solution, but here are two ways to accomplish this:

      string folder = Application.StartupPath;

      if (folder.ToLower().EndsWith(@"\debug"))
        folder = folder.Substring(0, folder.Length - @"\Debug".Length);

      if (folder.ToLower().EndsWith(@"\bin"))
        folder = folder.Substring(0, folder.Length - @"\bin".Length);

      string filepath = Path.Combine(folder, "SyncSettings.xml");

      //-----

      string anotherfilepath = Path.Combine(Application.StartupPath, @"..\..\SyncSettings.xml");

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