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i am working with VS2010, C#

i created my XML file from inside VS and saved it with name: Response.xml

at run-time i want to read this XML and fill the required values and then convert it to string and send it as a parameter.

<NS1:Envelope xmlns:NS1="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">
	<NS1:Body>
		<NS2:processRequestResponse xmlns:NS2="http://link.com/">
			<return>
				<Response>
					<SignonRs>
						<Language>en-gb</Language>						
					</SignonRs>
					<Status>
						<StatusCode></StatusCode>
						<Severity></Severity>
						<StatusDesc></StatusDesc>
					</Status>
					<Status>
						<StatusCode></StatusCode>
						<Severity></Severity>
						<StatusDesc></StatusDesc>
					</Status>
				</Response>
			</return>
		</NS2:processRequestResponse>
	</NS1:Body>
</NS1:Envelope>

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Raghu Mutalikdesai

8/22/2022 - Mon
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