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Posted on 2009-07-13
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The xml in question (or a small sample of it) is attached in code. I'm trying to populate a DataSet object using the ReadXml method but it's telling me that 'MacRoman' encoding isn't supported. Is there a workaround for this?
<dataset>
  <table name="dbo.someData">
    <column>GameNum</column>
    <column>EventNum</column>
    <column>TCIN</column>
    <column>TCOUT</column>
    <column>ISCI</column>
    <column>IMAGEID</column>
    <column>DATA1</column>
    <column>DATA2</column>
    <row>
      <value>3_416_det_pit_0809</value>
      <value>PIT60</value>
      <value>20:15:49:03</value>
      <value>20:16:11:28</value>
      <value>3_416_det_pit_0809</value>
      <value>1001</value>
      <value>ZETTERBERG SHOT ON</value>
      <value>PERIOD 1</value>
    </row>
    <row>
      <value>3_416_det_pit_0809</value>
      <value></value>
      <value>20:16:24:00</value>
      <value>20:16:39:11</value>
      <value>3_416_det_pit_0809</value>
      <value>1002</value>
      <value>NEW HIGHLIGHT</value>
      <value>PERIOD 1</value>
    </row>
  </table>
</dataset>

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by:phdesign
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Try specifying the encoding like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<dataset>
  <table name="dbo.someData">
    <column>GameNum</column>
    <column>EventNum</column>
    <column>TCIN</column>
    <column>TCOUT</column>
    <column>ISCI</column>
    <column>IMAGEID</column>
    <column>DATA1</column>
    <column>DATA2</column>
    <row>
      <value>3_416_det_pit_0809</value>
      <value>PIT60</value>
      <value>20:15:49:03</value>
      <value>20:16:11:28</value>
      <value>3_416_det_pit_0809</value>
      <value>1001</value>
      <value>ZETTERBERG SHOT ON</value>
      <value>PERIOD 1</value>
    </row>
    <row>
      <value>3_416_det_pit_0809</value>
      <value></value>
      <value>20:16:24:00</value>
      <value>20:16:39:11</value>
      <value>3_416_det_pit_0809</value>
      <value>1002</value>
      <value>NEW HIGHLIGHT</value>
      <value>PERIOD 1</value>
    </row>
  </table>
</dataset>

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by:Russ Suter
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I'm not creating the xml file. I'm trying to import it from an existing location. The encoding is already specified for me. Unfortunately, this doesn't help.
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by:phdesign
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Perhaps try reading the xml to a string and using ReadXML() from that.
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Or read the file to a stream or an XmlReader first.
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by:Russ Suter
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That is an acceptable workaround. Thanks.
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