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I am developing a application that is going to be creating office documents and I've gotten all of the code to work using Office Open XML SDK. However, it uses lots of statements and declarations such as

pWkb.AddNamespaceDeclaration("r", "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships")


Can anyone provide some hints on how to permanently embed these declarations into the compiled code so that the application does not call out to the internet every time it starts? Is there a component I can put into the app directory for it to use as reference rather than going to the internet?

Thanks in advance for any hints you can provide
Posted 29-Dec-12 15:47pm

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Solution 1

one way to embed the namespace to the Xml element is pass the name as argument to the XmlRoot attribute, explained here xmlrootattribute_properties[^]
i.e
[XmlRoot(Namespace = "http://www.codeproject.com")]
public class MyClass
{
   // Insert the members of the Group class.
}
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