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Posted on 2006-10-20
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Hi,

Within my XML file I have the following node;

<Type>Hardware</Type>

I would like to store "Hardware" from Type node as a string

How do I get this, I have attempted to do;

        Dim XmlDoc As New XmlDocument
        XmlDoc.Load(SourceFileName)

        Dim lstNodes As XmlNodeList = XmlDoc.GetElementsByTagName("Type")

        Dim node As XmlNode
        For Each node In lstNodes
            MessageBox.Show(node.ToString)
        Next
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Question by:nickmarshall
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Ravi Singh earned 125 total points
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Try it with the InnerText property:

        Dim XmlDoc As New XmlDocument
        XmlDoc.Load("C:\Temp\Sample.xml")

        Dim lstNodes As XmlNodeList = XmlDoc.GetElementsByTagName("Type")

        For Each node As XmlNode In lstNodes
            MessageBox.Show(node.InnerText)
        Next
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by:Ravi Singh
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Note: I tested with the sample xml document, change the load statement to reflect your filename path again:

XmlDoc.Load("C:\Temp\Sample.xml")          to:

XmlDoc.Load(SourceFileName)

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by:Ravi Singh
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sorry, this question seems to be indirectly related to your previous asked question that is still open, if this doesnt work for you then you can close one of the two questions by requesting a close here:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/

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