VB 6 help

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    vava New Member

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    how can i edit an xml file from my program
     
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    QwertyManiac Commander in Chief

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    XML editing can be done via notepad itself. So I dont think we need some special stuff for it... not sure though, lemme try.
     
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    Yes it can be edited from notpad dreamweaver etc
    but i want to include a xml file in my program and also wants to edit it
    can anyone help me?
     
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    ilugd Beware of the innocent

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    your query is not clear vava. Do you want to edit the xml file from your program or do you want to use it as a data file in which to save data. If you just want to load and use the xml file, you will have to create an xmldoc object. (there is some xml 3.0 library or something that you need to reference) But if you want to have editing facility in your program, it will need some heavy coding. Think you are upto it? Or search on the internet for some xml edit activex controls.
     
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    All i wants to is that use a xml file to save data and also
    i want to modify/Update it through my program
     
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    ilugd Beware of the innocent

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    did that once.
    Used the xmldoc object. Try googling for 'xmlodoc and vb'
     
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