LINQ to XML in SILVERLIGHT 3.0

Objective This article will explain how to use LINQ to XML to read data from a XML file and bind that to SILVERLIGHT 3.0 Data Grid. XML file will be read in a WCF service and WCF service will return a List to be bind in a Grid. Step 1 Create a SILVERLIGHT application. Select … Continue reading LINQ to XML in SILVERLIGHT 3.0

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Seven quick points in Understanding SharePoint 2007 list definition

¬†Objective This article will give basic 7 theatrical points on SharePoint List definition. When we create a new site in SharePoint, it gets created as instance of SharePoint Site Definition. Each instance of Site Definition is having List Definitions. So when we create a list in SharePoint site, it gets created as instance of List … Continue reading Seven quick points in Understanding SharePoint 2007 list definition

LINQ to XML Part # 5: Catching Parsing Exceptions

Objective This is a very high level article which will explain; how to handle exception in parsing XML using LINQ to XML. Problem Let us say, we are parsing a below string using XElement.Parse String strParse = "<Address><Name>Dhananjay Kumar </Name> "; This string is not valid formed. But XElement.Parse won't be able to catch the … Continue reading LINQ to XML Part # 5: Catching Parsing Exceptions

LINQ to XML Part #4: Different way of Parsing string to create XML tree

Objective In this article, I will show different way of parsing string to create XML tree using LINQ to XML. What is Parsing of XML document? Parsing of XML document means reading XML document, identifies the function of each of the document and then makes this information available in memory for rest of the program. … Continue reading LINQ to XML Part #4: Different way of Parsing string to create XML tree

LINQ to XML Part # 3: Functional Construction of XML Tree

Objective This article will give an explanation on; how to create a XML tree using Functional Construction method of LINQ to XML. What is Functional Construction? Functional Construction is ability to create a XML tree in a single statement. LINQ to XML is being used to create XML tree in a single statement. The features … Continue reading LINQ to XML Part # 3: Functional Construction of XML Tree