i don't know if i'm posting at the right forum ....so plz be merciful
i'm not familiar with the SOAP protocol or with the web services....i searched ggogle did'nt foundsomething useful on how to work with web services and implement it in my desktop application or my web application ...so any links would be appreciated
Thanks a lot.
I believe in ur codes
but in my project actually did not work.
even so its a good code.
am not aware of the reason
by the way i changed the whole idea.
besides removing nodes and staff
i used re-write method.
to be more clear.
I used an array(List) to help
lets say i have album named "Koko" and down to it has 2 songs
and wanna delete song named "blah2"
i insert two songs first to an array
when click remove song,, it goes to this array and delete existing song.
and call a function that writes info from this array to xml file.
so xml file will be updated with a new info from that array.
I've been looking all over the Internet and my books for an answer to this, but I cannot find it anywhere, I used to be working with SQL and I am new to XML coding.
I’m building a corporate website that is receiving it’s data through an xml adapter. The data is unsorted. I need to sort it in two ways
1. Sorted by date in the gridview
Before it’s sent to the client the xml should be sorted by date, with no further sorting functions in the gridview.
2. Sortable by the user in the gridview
This should be sortable by the user clicking the column in the gridview. Setting allowsorting=”true” expects some coding in the sorting sub. I tried so much that didn’t work
Protected Sub GrvSearchOffers_Sorting(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As GridViewSortEventArgs)
In both cases I retrieve the xmldata in the code behind file using a dataset. This dataset is bound to the gridview displaying the unsorted data.
Thanks in advance for any help, I'm getting a bit desperate.
-- Create the table.
CREATE TABLE T (
ProductID int primary key,
-- Insert sample data.
INSERT INTO T values(1, '<productdescription productid="1" productname="SomeName">;')
CatalogDescription.value('(/ProductDescription/@ProductName)', 'varchar(40)') AS PName
So for your requirement
SELECT COLUMNNAME.value('(/Contact/PresentationInd)', 'varchar(5)') AS PresentationInd
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