Solved XML Attributes

Posted on 2012-03-13
Last Modified: 2012-03-13

How do I loop through the following code and use the GetAttributes to find the
key, descition, and parent of the following XML nodes

<REPORTS xmlns:xsi="" xmlns="">
    <UPDATED_ON>31 Jan 12  17:49</UPDATED_ON>
    <NOTE>Customised reports for demonstrations</NOTE>
Question by:murbro
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nepaluz earned 500 total points
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If your XML is ina variable xStringH then you can use LINQ to get these values, e.g
Dim Result = From x In xStringH.Descendants() Where Not String.IsNullOrEmpty(x.@key)
            Select New With {.xKey = x.@key,
                             .xParent = x.Name.LocalName,
                             .xDescription = x...<DESCRIPTION>.Value}

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And you get the anonymous type:

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thank you very much

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