Write XML To SQL Table VB.Net

I have the below XML File in a vb.net winforms app.  I need to with it to a sql table


  <Section value="Machine">
    <key name="Box.Enabled" value="True" />
    <key name="Box.InterfacePort" value="Com10" />
      <key name="Box.Speed" value="9600" />
  <Section value="Printer">
    <key name="NeedsFilling" value="False" />

SQL Table

CREATE TABLE Configuration
    Section varchar(255) NOT NULL,  
    [Key] varchar(255) NOT NULL,  
    Value varchar(255) NOT NULL

I need to do this with VB In this program I have a active valid SQL connection

Thank You
Charles BaldoSoftware DeveloperAsked:
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You can do this using XmlTextReader. Here is a good write-up, admittedly it is in C#.Net, but the same rules and objects apply: XML to Database using .NET's XmlTextReader

Good luck!

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