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Needed Help on Converting from XmlNode to Dataset

Posted on 2004-09-12
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Dear All,

I have a problem here, I'm using C# Webform calling a webservices. The webservices return me a XMLnode, using this XMLnode I want to convert it to dataset so I can bind to the datagrid, by extracting the <CustomerData></CustomerData> block from the xmlnode.

Below is the sample of xmlnode return from webservices.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<OutputParams>
  <CustomerData>
    <CustomerID>1</CustomerID>
    <CustomerName>TEST1</CustomerName>
    <Gender>M  </Gender>
    <DateOfBirth>19800101</DateOfBirth>
  </CustomerData>
  <CustomerData>
    <CustomerID>1</CustomerID>
    <CustomerName>TEST2</CustomerName>
    <Gender />
    <DateOfBirth>19000101</DateOfBirth>
  </CustomerData>
  <CustomerData>
    <CustomerID>3</CustomerID>
    <CustomerName>TEST3</CustomerName>
    <Gender />
    <DateOfBirth>19000101</DateOfBirth>
  </CustomerData>
  <ReturnCode>0</ReturnCode>
  <ErrorCode>0</ErrorCode>
  <ErrorDescription />
</OutputParams>

How can it be done? Please provide some examples on this.
Thanks in advance.


Cheers,
yymae
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XmlNode node = webService.GetNode();
DataSet ds = new DataSet();
XmlReader reader = new XmlNodeReader(node);
ds.ReadXml(reader);
dataGrid1.DataSource = ds.Tables["CustomerData"];
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