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RE: HELP! New to XML - simple question

From: Lindy@-----------.---------.---
Date: 5/25/2005 10:21:00 AM
Thanks Martin!!!
First of all, thanks for replying to my post! I posted this issue yesterday 
and no one answered at all.

Secondly, thanks for your fabulous sample! All I had to do was translate it 
to VB and it worked great.

What is the best way to reach you if I need any more help on this project?
Thanks again so much. I've been stressing over this problem for weeks!

"Lindy" wrote:

> I'm using VB .Net and am brand new to XML. 
> I need to create an XML file with the following lines: 
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> 
> - <HC_DATA xmlns:xsi="" 
> xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="http://.../asc.xsd"> 
> other stuff... 
> </HC_DATA> 
> I am trying to use XMLTextWriter and have access to the schema file asc.xsd 
> which I can add to my project. 
> Can anyone help me with the syntax in VB .Net in order to create these lines 
> using xmlns:xsi & xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation? 
> Please help - I've been researching this issue online for 2 weeks!!! 
> Thanks, 
> Lindy 


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