Learn how to use the .NET XmlTextReader class to sequentially read through and parse the nodes of an XML document/file.
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Learn how easy it is to generate XML files by using the XmlTextWriter class from Managed C++.
Learn how to display, add, edit, and delete data from a single XML file by using C# console applications. With a little effort, you can implement these techniques in Windows-based applications.
When choosing between .NET Remoting and Web services for your distributed applications, XML Web services are the right call most of the time. Learn how to produce and consume these Web services.
Learn how to work with the XML data type column in SQL Server 2005. Along the way, you also will see how to read and write values into the XML columns from ADO.NET 2.0.
Visual Studio .NET simplifies the use of XML messaging in your applications. Learn how to use the XML Schema to simplify your work.
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