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hello,
we are developing an application with the following architecture:

Database
Queries in XML
Data Access Layer
DataSet
FrontEnd

now when we use Data Access Layer (DAL) to get queries from the XML file and fill the DataSet layer. The problem with this approach is .. whenever we need a query we will have to parse the whole XML file again. Is there a method to save this again and again parsing of XML file.

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