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foreach (DataTable table in ds.Tables)  
   XmlElement element = xmlDoc.CreateElement("data");
   strJson = json.json_string(ds.Tables[0]);
   strjson1 = json.json_string(ds.Tables[1]);
   strJson3 = json.json_string(ds.Tables[2]);
   strjson4 = json.json_string(ds.Tables[3])

in my dataset i have 4 tables i am converted 4 strings now how can i assign these string into xml elements .. using foreach loop .why i'm choosing is suppose if 4 xml elements created manually but in future n elements so how to assign these strings into xml elements
Updated 26-May-14 9:52am
anup.bhunia 26-May-14 14:52pm    
Could you please elaborate little bit to explain what output you exactly expecting?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 26-May-14 14:53pm    
Not clear... XMK, JSON... they are unrelated. What are you trying to achieve?
gggustafson 26-May-14 17:07pm    
Have you explored DataTable.WriteXML?
srikanth492 27-May-14 5:35am    
iam doing like this but int that code every table i create one element using looping concept automatically created...that code i want can u tell me example of that code........
string strJson = string.Empty; //string
string strjson1 = string.Empty;
stringjson json = new stringjson(); //converted datatable to string
properties_employeepayment emppayments = new properties_employeepayment();

abs_DAL_payhistory history = new abs_DAL_payhistory();
DataSet ds = history.paymenthistory(emppayments);
DataTable dt = ds.Tables[0];
DataTable dt1 = ds.Tables[1];

if (dt.Rows.Count > 0)
strJson = json.json_string(dt);

if (dt1.Rows.Count > 0)
strjson1 = json.json_string(dt1);
XmlDocument xmlDoc = new XmlDocument(); //iam creating 3 xml elements and added that strings
XmlElement element = xmlDoc.CreateElement("data");
XmlElement Paiddata = xmlDoc.CreateElement("getpaiddata");
XmlElement Unpaiddata = xmlDoc.CreateElement("getunpaiddata");
Paiddata.InnerText = strJson;
Unpaiddata.InnerText = strjson1;

StringWriter sw = new StringWriter();
XmlTextWriter xw = new XmlTextWriter(sw);
gggustafson 27-May-14 14:40pm    
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