How to Read and Write XML File using VB.NET
In this example you’ll learn on how to read and write into XML file using VB.NET.
XML file is useful if you want to store simple data like storing database name and server information so that your application will remember what server and or database your program is connected in last session.
An example of storing your database and server info:
- <?xml version="1.0"?>
- <database server="server" name="POS_Data">
Where “server” is the name of your computer that run SQL Server and “name” is the name of your database.
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