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Dear Experts,

I have a requirement.I need to extract a value and pass it as a string to a method which writes an XML file.

Current method call:

xPurchaseOrder.WriteElementString(PurchaseOrderXML.KIT_LEVEL_INVOICE_ACCOUNT_CODE, XML_NS, kitInfo.kitaccount);

sample Output xml looks like this
   <acctcode>MyNewCode</acctcode>

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String variable that gets assigned from a DB call (KitInfo.WorkTicket). I would like to parse it one after another and create a statement like above WriteElementString() for each and every xml tags it has like below

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DB call gives me a var char output of this xml file and assigns to Kitinfo.workticket object
<WorkTicket>
<ComponentsList>
<KitSummary KitID="62-4854-PER-DC/FL” Provider =”SRC” />

 <Kit ComponentID="62-1615" QTY="4.00000” Provider =” SRC”/>  
<Kit ComponentID="62-4854" QTY="4.00000" "  Provider =” Vendor1”/>  
  .
  .
 <Kit ComponentID="62-6137-DC/FL" QTY="4.00000" "  Provider =” Vendor2”/>  
 <Kit ComponentID="62-7340" QTY="4.00000" "  Provider =” Vendor3”/>  

</ComponentsList>

< AssemblyInstructions="insert item #'s 62-6137-DC/FL, 62-7340 and 62-1615 into welcome envelope (62-4854) Stack completed kits together and rubber band with TAN rubber band" />

</WorkTicket>

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sorry if it is too much confusing..it is really hard to explain
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