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Help with with exporting data from Datatable to xml using VB.NET

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Hi,

How do I modify the code below to export the data from the data table XML?

        Dim GGB As String
        GGB = "'" & ComboBox2.SelectedItem & "'"
        Dim SearchCriteriaZ As String = "COUNTRY IN (" & GGB & ")"
        xmlPath1 = System.IO.Path.Combine(Application.StartupPath + "\AOP40.xml")  'grid1
        dtsetcol1.Clear()
        dtsetcol1.ReadXml(xmlPath1)
        Dim FilteredDTA As DataTable
        Dim DVA As New DataView(dtsetcol1.Tables(0), SearchCriteriaZ, Nothing, DataViewRowState.CurrentRows)
        DVA.Sort = "SN"
        FilteredDTA = DVA.ToTable
        Me.C1Screen1.DataSource = FilteredDTA
     

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Victor
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by:Shane Kahkola
ID: 40597359
Try This:
FilteredDTA.WriteXML(Application.StartupPath + "\AOP40.xml")

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by:vcharles
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Hi,
I tried it but it didn't  work. Seem to work from a dataset but not a table, is there away to convert the data table to a dataset to use the code.
Victor
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Dim ds As New Dataset()
ds.Tables.Add(datatable)

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Are you still programming for framework 1.0 or 1.1

WriteXML was not supported on a DataTable in these versions, but has been since 2.0 (Visual Studio 2005).

If you are still on an old version, do yourself a favor and move to a newer version of Visual Studio and the framework. You can have the Express version for free if you program only from time to time, but if you are a professional and work in a group of 5 programmers or less, you can get the Community Edition, that is a free edition of the Professional.
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by:vcharles
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Hi, I'm using Framework 4.0, code from previous post works.

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Thank You.
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