LINQ to XML, a component of the LINQ project, aims to address this issue.
LINQ to XML is a modernized in-memory XML programming API designed to take advantage of the latest . It provides both DOM and XQuery/XPath like functionality in a consistent programming experience across the different LINQ-enabled data access technologies.
The code you provided is only for reading and creating an XML file, not updating one as you indicated. Startup Path & "My XML.xml") Dim My XMLNode As Xml Node = My XML.
You'll need to make a few adjustments as necessary to fit your needs.
So the MSI is creating the subfolder but not the damn it XML file. We also tried changing the ISXMLInstall to a different execution policies and also changed the exit code behaviour but nothing changed.
Thanks Stephan Yes, that is correct for System account file will install into folder "Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\"have to add Active Setup in your MSI and logoff you machine after installation.
Close() End With End If Here's a little start for updating an XML node, please see below for example.
Michael Champion February 2007 Applies to: Visual Studio Code Name "Orcas" .
If you ask the average software developer to work in XML you will likely hear a heavy sigh.
The API choices for working with XML seem to be either aged and verbose such as DOM or XML specific such as XQuery or XSLT which require motivation, study, and time to master.
(44 printed pages) Introduction Sample XML Programming XML With LINQ to XML LINQ to XML Design Principles The LINQ to XML Class Hierarchy XML Names Loading Existing XML Creating XML From Scratch Traversing XML Manipulating XML Working With Attributes Working With Other Types of XML Nodes Annotating Nodes With User-Defined Information Outputting XML Validating XML Querying XML With LINQ to XML Querying XML Using Query Expressions with XML Using XPath and XSLT With LINQ to XML Mixing XML and Other Data Models Reading From a Database to XML Reading XML and Updating a Database Layered Technologies Over LINQ to XML LINQ to XML in Visual Basic 9.0 Schema Aware XML Programming February 2007 CTP Release Notes Changes Since the May 2006 CTP Non-Exhaustive List of Planned Features in Future Releases References XML has achieved tremendous adoption as a basis for formatting data whether in Word files, on the wire, in configuration files, or in databases; XML seems to be everywhere.