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I read the article posted here on two way binding using xmldataprovider. great article, but at some point you need to delete some child node. how do you determine the current node and remove it using xmldataprovider?
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Updated 7-Feb-11 14:36pm
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I am afraid you can do it using XmlDataProvider direct. Instead, you can use XLINQ or try some in-direct ways.

Since, you haven't specified which example you read, it is hard to help you. But I will give you an example.

WPF: XmlDataProvider Two-Way Data Binding - Enhanced[^]


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