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Is there any way to replace [[ anyType xsi:type="xsd:string" ]] with a meaningful value for the One type the ArrayList contains?

Posted on 2007-11-16
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I realize that ArrayLists can hold elements of more than one type. However, I have an ArrayList which I use only to store strings (I did not want to use reg. Array- ArrayList is more flexible for my needs). Anyways I am doing some Serialzation, and, the string values with the ArrayList element have the: anyType xsi:type="xsd:string"  identifier... Is there any way to specify a meaningful name (or at least remove all the xsi stuff?)?

Here is my class declaration that gets serialized. The strings I refer to are the items within an object of the Type below...

Public Class ProgramName
    <XmlElement(Type:=GetType(ArrayList))> _
    Public ProgramNames As ArrayList

....etc, etc, etc.


Is there anything I can do/try?

Thanks in advance to all!
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How about: -

using System.Collections.Generic;

List<String> test = new List<string>();
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by:OddiC
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I am limited to 1.1 in my dev. environment  : (

Any other ideas??
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Sorry, haven't done any XML work in 1.1, been using the 2.0 framework for the last 18 months, it's interesting how much functionality you take for granted when using it!
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I know it! Thanks for the tip anyhow. I will award the points as I did learn something new.. Thanks much!
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