XPathDocument result to DataSource

Hi,

I use an XPathDocument class for filter any Xml data. I using the XPathNavigator, XPathNodeIterator too.
How can I transfer the selected result to a DataSource?
Currently I write a temporaly Xml file and read it into a DataSource, this is not a brilliant way. :-(

Have anyboody got other best idea?

Thank you,
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_ys_Commented:
Try using the XmlDataDocument class, instead of the XPathDocument class. (System.Xml namespace)

It supports XPathNavigator etc. But it also supports IEnumerable, and can therefore be used directly as a DataSource.


//Create an XmlDataDocument.
XmlDataDocument doc = new XmlDataDocument();

//Load the schema file.
doc.DataSet.ReadXmlSchema("source.xml");

//Load the XML data.
doc.Load("source.xml");


ReadXmlSchema and Load have overloaded declarations. Whatever means you're using currently to populate your XPathDocument will no doubt be reusable here.
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