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Use the Xml control to display the contents of an XML document or the results of an XSL Transform.

The XML document to display is specified by setting one of three properties. These three properties represent the different types of XML documents that can be displayed. You can display a System.Xml.XmlDocument, an XML string, or an XML file by setting the appropriate property.

You can optionally specify an XSL Transform document that formats the XML document before it is written to the output stream by setting one of two properties. The two properties represent the different types of XSL Transform documents that can be used to format the XML document. You can format the XML document with a System.Xml.Xsl.XslTransform or with an XSL Transform file by setting the appropriate property. If no XSL Transform document is specified, the XML document is displayed using the default format. The following table lists the properties for specifying an XSL Transform document.


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