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Dynamic Menu for MVC website

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In ASP.Net web forms I can link an xml file that represents a site menu to a menu control and dynamically change this depending on the user choices.  How can I use this same xml file with an ASP.NET MVC 3 framework website?
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I suppose I was looking for a bit more hand holding than links.  I am very new to the MVC framework.
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Any suggestions on how your first recommendation code can be extended to include sub menu items?
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There are various solutions that are scattered across experts-exchange and the internet in general that helped me to eventually solve what I was looking for.  It is not practical to go back and track all these areas as I have moved on.  The suggestions that were put forward steered me to the start of my journey and therefore am accepting the solution on that basis.
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