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Serialization duplicate tags c#

Posted on 2010-09-21
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I am getting

<Invoice>
  <T>
    <TEST>
      <Title>1</Title>
    </TEST>
    <TEST>
      <Title>2</Title>
    </TEST>
  </T>
  <NAME>NN</NAME>
</Invoice>

And i want :


<Invoice>
    <TEST>
      <Title>1</Title>
    </TEST>
    <TEST>
      <Title>2</Title>
    </TEST>
  <NAME>NN</NAME>
</Invoice>
private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)

        {

            XMLTEST.TEST T1 = new TEST();

            T1.Title = "1";



            XMLTEST.TEST T2 = new TEST();

            T2.Title = "2";

            

            XmlTest myXML = new XmlTest();

            myXML.NAME = "NN";

            myXML.TEST=new List<TEST> { T1,T2};            

            TextWriter writer = new StreamWriter(@"C:\test.xml");        



            XmlSerializer serializer = new XmlSerializer(typeof(XmlTest));

            serializer.Serialize(writer, myXML);

            writer.Close();            

        }



                  

    }

    [XmlRoot("Invoice")]

    public class XmlTest

    {

        public string NAME

        { get; set; }

         

        public List<TEST> T;



   

      

    }

    public class TEST

    {

        public string Title

        { get; set; }

    }

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Question by:WannabeNerd
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kris_per earned 500 total points
ID: 33724240

Add XmlElement attribute to the List member T like:

[XmlElement("TEST")]
public List<TEST> T;
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by:WannabeNerd
ID: 33724456
Great Thanks for the help.

Only one thing :
I want it make it private so that it is serialized accordingly.

If its public it is on top of file which i want.


eg: NAME element before;

<Invoice>
  <NAME>NN</NAME>
    <TEST>
      <Title>1</Title>
    </TEST>
    <TEST>
      <Title>2</Title>
    </TEST>

</Invoice>
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Author Comment

by:WannabeNerd
ID: 33724523
Never Mind Found it.
Just have to put

[XmlElement("TEST")] on  top :

private List<TEST> _T;


[XmlElement("TEST")]
public List<TEST> T
{
set....
get ....
}

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