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Can you save an xmldomdocument as as string?
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Question by:inges
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by:Anthony Perkins
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Try,

Dim xmlDoc As String
Dim strXML As String

...

strXML = xmlDoc.xml
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by:Dave_Greene
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<<Correction>>

Dim xmlDoc As DOMDocument

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Dim oDoc As New DOMDocument

oDoc.load "c:\test.xml"  'load the DOM

strXML = oDoc.xml   'Put out the string

Msgbox strXML   'display contents

Set oDoc = nothing   'kill the DOM

oDoc.LoadXML strXML   're-load the DOM from string contents

MsgBox oDoc.xml   'display

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by:ianouii
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are u referring to save it into the db as a string?

Yes, u can, do as Dave_Greene solution. when u want to insert it into the db, for instance, MSSQL 7.0, just make your field to be ntext as XML string is really huge....

good luck.

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by:inges
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Thanks !!! Just what I needed!
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