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After Selecting Node from XMl treeview

Posted on 2006-06-16
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Hi Experts,

How to display the node value as inner xml in RichtextBox when user selected any node from treeview.


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Shailesh
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Too vague :(

1) .NET version?

2) XML TreeView?

Bob
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.NET version and xml treeview.

I got the solution from the references in EE.

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Shailesh
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