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07-Mar-2016 14:00

I’ve had many questions lately on how you can query for a specific node in an XML document (or fragment) and change it’s value using LINQ.

(This must mean that people are really starting to use this stuff so I’m pretty excited.) This is really easy to do because you can modify the values of the selected XElements from your queries and that will change the source XML.

In the previous post, you learned how to create an xml file from a collection of Book objects with Linq. Save("d:/data.xml"); To delete an element from the xml file, you need to select the element based on your conditions. However, we don't guarantee all things of the web are accurate.

Now, you will learn how to read, add, edit, and delete elements of the xml file that is stored in your computer. Then you will use the Remove method of the XElement class to delete that element. If you find any error, please report it then we will take actions to correct it as soon as possible.

is a platform for what Microsoft calls Data Services.

It is actually a combination of the runtime and a web service through which the services are exposed.

To see how this works let’s do a short walkthrough of sample 6 that creates a report on a directory in the file system. First sheet is a list of subdirectories and files, with an icon, name, size, and dates.

I got stuck at the very first point of it i.e i cant grab the value from xml file using linq.

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