creating a xml file using VB

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  • 14 years ago

    I want to create a xml file using VB i am using MSXML 4.0 parser.
    anybody plz help me

    my xml should look like this

    <detail>

    <person>
    <age>some dat</age>
    <name>some data</dat.
    <address>some data<address>
    <person>



    <person>
    <age>some dat</age>
    <name>some data</dat.
    <address>some data<address>
    <person>



    <person>
    <age>some dat</age>
    <name>some data</dat.
    <address>some data<address>
    <person>



    </detail>

  • 14 years ago

    You can very well do this, using the DOM (Document Object Model).

    Search examples on DOM, u will surely get some....if not, then let me know...will surely help u out....



  • 14 years ago

    i do able to create an xml file with the following info

    <person>
    <age>some dat</age>
    <name>some data</dat.
    <address>some data<address>
    <person>





    problem is i want to add the above info multiple times could u please tell me how to do this

  • 14 years ago
    use the below example....which may help you in doing so

    [Code]
    Private Sub Command1_Click()
        Dim rsXML As New ADODB.Recordset
        Dim sSQL As String, sConn As String
        
        sSQL = "SELECT customerid, companyname, contactname FROM customers"
        sConn = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=D:\Program Files\Common Files\System\msadc\samples\NWind.mdb"
        rsXML.CursorLocation = adUseClient
        rsXML.Open sSQL, sConn, adOpenStatic

        Dim xDOM As New MSXML.DOMDocument
        Dim x2DOM As New MSXML.DOMDocument
        Dim dataNodeList As IXMLDOMNodeList
        Dim dataNode, rowNode, newNode, newRoot, newNode2 As IXMLDOMNode
        
        rsXML.Save "C:\temp\rsDOM.xml", adPersistXML
        ' Save Recordset directly into a DOM tree.
        rsXML.Save xDOM, adPersistXML
        Set dataNodeList = xDOM.getElementsByTagName("rs:data")
        Set dataNode = dataNodeList.Item(0)
        
        ' Create a new Node under new DOM.
        Set newRoot = x2DOM.createNode(NODE_ELEMENT, "recordset", "")
        ' Append root node.
        Set newRoot = x2DOM.appendChild(newRoot)
        
        i = 0
        ' Loop through all z:row nodes.
        While i < dataNode.childNodes.length
            ' Get to the z:row node.
            Set rowNode = dataNode.childNodes.Item(i)

            Set newNode = x2DOM.createNode(NODE_ELEMENT, "row", "")
            ' Append row node under new root.
            Set newNode = newRoot.appendChild(newNode)
            
            j = 0
            ' Loop through all attributes of z:row.
            While j < rowNode.Attributes.length
            
                ' Create new element for column name.
                Set newNode2 = x2DOM.createNode(NODE_ELEMENT, rowNode.Attributes.Item(j).baseName, "")
                ' Assign column value to new node value.
                newNode2.Text = rowNode.Attributes.Item(j).Text
                
                ' Append new column node under new node.
                Set newNode2 = newNode.appendChild(newNode2)
                
                j = j + 1
            Wend
            
            i = i + 1
        Wend
        
        x2DOM.Save "C:\temp\rsCustData.xml"
    End Sub





















































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