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Updating an XPathDocument using an XPath string and value

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Updating an XPathDocument using an XPath string and value

I cannot find any examples of how to do this on the web.  Can someone help please?

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maybe you have seen this before...
see whether this could help...

http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t67407-placing-dataset-into-xpathdocument.html
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by:gustierng
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Hi, not really.  I am trying to change the text of an element in an XPathDocument.

e.g. Say I have an XPath string like:

"/Data/Address[tel='3423234']" which would be used to locate the Address node that has the telephone number 3423234.  From here changes can be made to the address data.
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