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Hi All,
I have an "Acount" and my Acount has multiple "users" .

And my user have three settings like App,Web,Key

So we have to write XML on this behalf of tree.

Structure like -

Acount
User1
Acount Setting
web
App
Key

User2
Acount Setting
web
App
Key

I have create XML like same as structure.
Posted 21-Nov-12 20:24pm
rummer926
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 22-Nov-12 2:33am
   
First, tag your UI library. What did you try so far?
--SA
BillWoodruff at 22-Nov-12 22:36pm
   
Edit your answer, and use indentation to make the tree data-structure node relationships clearer.

This is very vague: are you saying you have a tree data-structure now: whose root node is "Account," and that "Account" has a series of child-nodes, whose names start with the word "User" followed by a number, and each of those child-nodes has three child nodes, web, App, and Key ?

Your comments above do not explain what the node "Account Setting" is: is it the one and only one child node of each User#, and the "parent" of web, App, and Key ?

Your goal is to translate an existing tree data-structure to XML ?

You need to show how you build your tree structure. What type of data do: web, App, and Key hold ?

Depending on how you built your tree structure, getting it into XML may be as simple as using a JSON serialzer (such as the one by Mehdi Gholam here on CodeProject), or another XML, or JSON, serializer.

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Solution 1

        private void saveAccountsToXMLFile(string filename)
        {
            XmlDocument xDoc = new XmlDocument();
            XmlWriter xmlWriter = XmlWriter.Create(filename);
 
            xmlWriter.WriteStartDocument();
            xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("Accounts");
 
            XmlElement el = (XmlElement)xDoc.AppendChild(xDoc.CreateElement("Accounts"));
 
            foreach (Account x in AccountList)
            {
                xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("Account");
 
		foreach(user usr in x.Users)
		{
		    xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("User");
 
		    xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("Username");
		    xmlWriter.WriteString(usr.Username);
		    xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
 
                    foreach(AccountSetting acctset in usr.AccountSettings)
                    {
 			xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("Account Settings");
 
                     	xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("Web");
			xmlWriter.WriteString(acctset.Web);
			xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
					
			xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("App");
			xmlWriter.WriteString(acctset.App);
			xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
					
			xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("Key");
			xmlWriter.WriteString(acctset.Key);
			xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
					
			xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
                    }
 
                    xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
                }
		xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
	    }
	    xmlWriter.WriteEndDocument();
	    xmlWriter.Close();
        }
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