Updating xml using linq

29-Apr-2017 09:01

How can I check if the name in the current XML file contains a value other than "no description", which is the default for "nothing"?Part of the xml file: In the foreach loop how do I check if the person's name is already there, and then check if the description is something other than "no description", and if it is, update it with the new information?

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Equals("Java") select ele; foreach (var e in elements To Delete) xml Doc.

And remember you can get XML Intelli Sense if you import a schema (this is really easy, watch this).

Of course, you can load the XML from a file (or URI) instead of using a literal and and get the same results.

Map Path("data.xml")); var items = from item in xml Doc. It seems to me there should be better usage guidelines.

Value == item ID select new foreach (var item in items) "; XDocument xml Doc = XDocument. I've seen junior developers get it into their heads that you need a To List or To Array after every single query regardless of usage. Map Path("data.xml")); var items = (from item in xml Doc.

Here is the XML file created in the previous lesson. Add(new XElement("Book", new XAttribute("title", "AJAX"), new XElement("author", "Khemrin"), new XElement("year", "2000"))); xml Doc. You need to query the elements that meet your criteria. Here is an example code that removes the element that has "Java" title attribute. Load("d:/data.xml"); var elements To Delete = from ele in xml Doc.