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We have website constantly get web form information and create xml file n save into the local directory.

I just want to research how can we make it running faster
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Why are you saving it to XML in the first place?  What's the disk usage?  How big is the XML?
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I just want to research how can we make it running faster
so do you have existing codes to show so that we can comment whether it's still possible to make it faster?

if you just want to know how to save the data on a web form to a XML file, you can try use XmlDocument object

as a start, you can refer to:

Writing XML with the XmlDocument class
http://csharp.net-tutorials.com/xml/writing-xml-with-the-xmldocument-class/

Alternatively, you can also consider to save your web form data into a database instead, for data security reasons.
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