Help with loading data in Grid

Hello, I created  the xml file below to try to load a grid with data in three rows in the following format


<Root>
  <xx>
    <xxID>1</xxID>
    <xx></xx>
  </xx>
<xx>
    <xxID>2</xxID>
    <xx></xx>
  </xx>
<xx>
    <xxID>3</xxID>
    <xx></xx>
  </xx>
</Root>

Desired Format in Grid:

xxID     xx
1
2
3

The goal is have users enter data in the xx column and save them to another xml file in the following format:

xxID     xx
1         1-Data1
2         2-data2
3         3-Data3

Save in following format:

1-Data; 2-Data2; 3-Data3

My problem is the Grid shows the data in a totally differnt format and I am unable to edit data in the xx column.

How do I fix this problem?

Below is the code use to load the xx.xml file

Dim xx As New DataSet
            xx.ReadXml(Server.MapPath("~/App_Data/xx.xml"))
            C1GridView1.DataSource = xx.Tables(0)
            C1GridView1.DataMember = "xx"
            C1GridView1.DataBind()

I am using a grid from ComponentOne but I thing this should also apply toa regular Gridview.

Victor
vcharlesAsked:
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CodeCruiserCommented:
Have you set the grid to be edit able? And how is grid showing data? Screenshot.
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vcharlesAuthor Commented:
Hi,

I was able to edit data after I set the Grid to editable, but I don't know I am getting columns which don't match my xml file (xx-id, xx_id_0), I only want towo columns but I am getting three and it seemslike every two rows has an ID value. Also everytime I clicked on the cell to add data I received the error on slide 2 and I clicked on continue I was able to add the data.
screenshot.pptx
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vcharlesAuthor Commented:
Help!
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CodeCruiserCommented:
Trouble is you are using a 3rd party control so its very difficult to understand the problem.
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vcharlesAuthor Commented:
OK, I will check with componentone. If no solution, I may need to use the regular Grid.

Thanks,

Victor
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