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looking for someone with experience using liquid-technologies XML product

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Problems processing the OFX standards to read through the class read operation
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The XML product works with pretty much all languages when they build the libraries through the DataBinder tool, but my language is C#.
I'm looking for someone that uses the tool and can answer a read XML question through the tool to get to the element names and values.
Brian
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Kind of forgot about the question over time and moved on, the Liquid-Tech package is pretty cool and I would recommend it.
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