Convert XML data to TreeView

Hello Every one this my second question,
In my school they have assign me an project and its very urgent. First I am new to VB6 and I know very less knoledge in Vb6 and I have one big task and I donlt know how to start  with.
In my school we use Microsoft reporting Services and those are .RDL extension and even I can open in XML format aswell. when we right click it and try to open in internet explorer it will open as XML format and now my question is how can I bring all the data from XML to  VB6 TreeView, can any one please help me out with this situation, please since I am new to VB6 I am not that much aware of all TreeView technique, I tried myslelf but found up I messed up and got hung in the middle.
please can u explain me clearely how can I approch to this problem step by step.

Since TreeView as Child Nodes and Parent Nodes I am mixed from where to start.
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Shiju SasidharanAssoc Project ManagerCommented:
here u will find ur solution

>>To Populate a Treeview Control with an XML File

>>To Load a Microsoft TreeView from an XML DOM document


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Shiju SasidharanAssoc Project ManagerCommented:
Hi AKthar_mailme

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Shiju SasidharanAssoc Project ManagerCommented:
i am glad that i was helpful
thanks for the points  AKthar_mailme

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