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I just want to grab the innerText of the , and nodes and assign them to three different Hyperlinks in a web page . So here is what I do (assuming fPath contains the path to this xml ile) :
What's happening is that after the first call to main.SelectSingleNode ("aboutlink").InnerText (which is successful and gives me the right value to assign to the first hyperlink), the second call returns a null object, so the call to the InnetText method fails and I get an exception.
The element searched for exists in the xml, and I think the XPath path to that element is correct.
So, what's happening ?
Are you sure it is exactly as you typed it? If the first SelectSingleNode works and the second doesn't, I'm not seeing what the problem is unless your xml is not exactly that way. Xml is case sensitive.
There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.
The "Language" session variable is passed by another page that redirects to this one: for now it is "English" , so in the end you get LanguageFileName = "LanguageEnglish.xml" and the fPath is where the file actually is .
I use Oracle 11gR2 database. I am developing in Visual Studio 2013 with C# and using ODP.NET.
Does ODP.NET support Dictionary collection? I couldn't seem to find the necessary information so i was wondering if someone could explain if this is possible please?
Secondly I have the following collection:
Dictionary<int, List<int>> myDict = new Dictionary<int, List<int>>();
My intention is to send this collection to my stored procedure and perform a Bulk insert of this data.
If it is possible how can I go about doing this?
Can someone provide me with example in PL/SQL and C# please?