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Hi, This may be the easiest question you have ever heard..But I must ask this since I am new to Powershell..

I need powershell to ask for a user input and then based on the input it must read the contents of an xml file corresponding to that input.

If user input is 1 then it should read the corresponding data of 1 from an xml file that is already defined.Can someone please help me on this??
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Rockstar_ 18-Jun-13 7:43am    
i didn't get the searching criteria, could you plz explain clearly.?
Vysakh Venugopal 18-Jun-13 8:42am    
Powershell will ask for a userinput.Based on that input it must read the contents of an xml file..If you feel not difficult to go here,you may get an idea on this question..
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17168825/how-to-make-powershell-repsond-to-userinput

$a = [xml](get-content C:\temp\centers.xml)
$b = Read-Host "Enter Center"

if (($c=$a.detail.centre | where {$_.name -eq $b}) -ne $null)
{
Write-Host $c.name
Write-Host $c.servername
Write-Host $c.ip
Write-Host $c.uname
Write-Host $c.pwd
Write-Host $c.dbname
}
 
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