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return SqlReader results as XML

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Hi,

I have an interface in a Web service that returns XML output. The output is queried from a MS SQL database by caling stored procedure. While the stored proc itself is not returning XML, and I don't have any control over it, I need to return the result set as XML.

Right now, I'm using  XmlWriter.

            
            StringBuilder sbLog = new StringBuilder();
            XmlWriter writer = XmlWriter.Create(sbLog);
            writer.WriteStartDocument();
            writer.WriteStartElement("LogSet");

            while (sqlRdr.Read())
            {
                writer.WriteStartElement("Log");

                writer.WriteStartElement("EntryID");
                writer.WriteValue(sqlRdr["EntryID"].ToString());
                writer.WriteEndElement();

               //and so on

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Is there an easier, elegant way  to do this?

thanks!
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A similar question was asked on StackOverflow: (stackoverflow.com/questions/16768263/generate-xml-using-c-sharp-from-sql-server-data).

In this example, the data was returned into a DataTable using a SQLDataAdapter. From there, the methods WriteXml and WriteXmlSchema were used.
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yeah I posted that question too :-)
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