Passing parameters as XMLNodeList

I needed to create a web service that had several optional parameters and resolved to implement this by accepting an xmldocument or nodelist as the input parameter. The problem is that I am not sure how to create a document in the consuming VB.Net client.

The client needs to pass
parameter 1: Unquie Id of item
parameter 2: Image file as byte array
parameter 3: next process stage id
parameter 4: urgency id
parameter 5: user id
parameter 6: station id
parameter 7-X: categories associated with the item including related information associated with the category: reviewed id, reviewed date time, reviewed bit, verified id, verified date time, verified bit.

here is a sample

<Task>
       <TaskID>123</TaskID>
       <WorkflowID>Prescription</WorkflowID>
       <StageID>OMR</StageID>
       <UnitID>ER</UnitID>
       <StationID>PP-01</StationID>
       <UserID>Pharm1</UserID>
       <ProcessCenterID>Primary Pharmacy</ProcessCenterID>
       <UrgencyID>STAT</UrgencyID>
       <StatusID>NEW</StatusID>
       <PatientID>000002589</PatientID>
       <PatientName>Hillary Clinton</PatientName>
       <TaskMemo />
       <TaskFile />
       <FileExtensionID />
       <ReturnReasonID />
       <InProcess />
       <SubmitDT />
       <CompleteDT />
       <Category>
            <CategoryID>1</CategoryID>
            <ReviewedUserID>24</ReviewedUserID>
            <Reviewed>1</Reviewed>
            <VerifiedUserID />
            <Verified>0</Verified>
         </Category>
     <Category>
            <CategoryID>2</CategoryID>
            <ReviewedUserID>144</ReviewedUserID>
            <Reviewed>1</Reviewed>
            <VerifiedUserID>26</VerifiedUserID>
            <Verified>1</Verified>
       </Category>
</Task>

The question is how would I create such a document, the only condition is that I do not want to load any xmldocument as a base, I only want to create it in memory on the client and pass it to the web service.

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Ramesh12

That did the trick

Thanks

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