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creating and writing data to an XML file Using VB6

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I am  quite new to VB and XML , I am looking for assistance on how I can create an XML file  and write data to it using VB 6. I will  be getting my data from either a  flat textfile or an SQL database
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Hi,
Please download "Microsoft XML 4.0 Parser SDK" Here there are code samples for creating/inserting into /deleating nodes into XML file in VB. It would definately solve your challenge.
With warm regards,
ravi kiran
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