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How do I read this XML Error: There is an error in XML document (8, 2).

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I have an xml error during deserializing
Fail: There is an error in XML document (8, 2).

what does 8,2 mean? where is that?
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<XXXTraineeResult>
  <Processed>
    <Environment>TEST</Environment>
    <Trainees>
      <Trainee>
        <TrainingSessionNumber>0</TrainingSessionNumber>
        <SessionDateTime>2014-10-15T18:02:27.000</SessionDateTime>
        <ExamResult>P</ExamResult>
        <SocialSecurityLastFour>5555</SocialSecurityLastFour>
        <DateOfBirth>1997-11-03</DateOfBirth>
        <Name>
          <First>test</First>
          <MiddleInitial>K</MiddleInitial>
          <Last>test</Last>
        </Name>
      </Trainee>
    </Trainees>
  </Processed>
</XXXTraineeResult>

thanks!
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by:Ryan Chong
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Problem could be at your class definition, can we have a look in your class scripts?

in case this is useful:

XmlSerializer.Deserialize Method (XmlReader)
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/tz8csy73(v=vs.110).aspx
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by:Starr Duskk
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attached is the vb from the schema.

Here is my deserialization method:

        Public Function GetOrderQueryReply(ByVal result As String) As RampTraineeResult.RAMPTraineeResult
            Dim oqr As RampTraineeResult.RAMPTraineeResult = New RampTraineeResult.RAMPTraineeResult()
            Dim serializer As New XmlSerializer(GetType(RampTraineeResult.RAMPTraineeResult))
            Dim reader As New StringReader(result)
            oqr = DirectCast(serializer.Deserialize(reader), RampTraineeResult.RAMPTraineeResult)
            Return oqr

        End Function

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RampTraineeResult.vb
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louisfr earned 500 total points
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(8, 2) means line 8, character 2.
The Exception should have an InnerException with the exact cause of the error.
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(8, 2) means line 8, character 2.
The Exception should have an InnerException with the exact cause of the error.
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by:Starr Duskk
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Perfect!! Why do I always forget I can look there!!!?? thanks!
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