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Posted on 2004-08-01
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I know how to populate a dataset using xml.
How do I populate a 2 dimensional array with the contents of the xml file (aspx vb.net) please?
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use this code snippet to load you XML file

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Dim dataSet1 As New DataSet
Dim filePath As String

filePath = "Complete path where you saved the XML file"
dataSet1.ReadXml(filePath)
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you can the bind it to any control you wish to use to display the data

eg.       dataGrid1.DataSource = objDataSet.Tables(0).DefaultView
            dataGrid1.DataBind()
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by:QPR
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Thanks daletian.
I've got the xml values into a dataset no problem but how do I then put the values into a 2 dimensional array?
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by:BodeTech
ID: 11735571
Naaaw, first loop through to count

Once counted, redim

then .MoveFirst

Then loop through to populate

array(i,0) = foo
and
array(i,1) = bar
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