MSDN UK Screencasts: LINQ to XML - Streaming Large Data Files Out of Memory

MSDN UK Screencasts

LINQ to XML has built-in support via the XStreamingElement for avoiding the cost of creating a large tree of XML nodes in memory in situations where you are streaming that XML out to (e.g.) disk. In this video we take a look how that works.(This video links up with the "Streaming In" video so.

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LINQ to XML has built-in support via the XStreamingElement for avoiding the cost of creating a large tree of XML nodes in memory in situations where you are streaming that XML out to (e.g.) disk. In this video we take a look how that works.
 
(This video links up with the "Streaming In" video so you might want to watch them in tandem).

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