I'm attempting to get to grips with using XML as a datasource, and have hit
a brick wall of sorts. For example, say I have an XML document that looks
<track number="1">I've Been Waiting For Tomorrow (All Of My
<track number="2">This Is The Day</track>
<track number="3">The Sinking Feeling</track>
<track number="4">Uncertain Smile</track>
I can easily create the XSD document for this XML, and from that I can
create the appropriate typed dataset (all from the Visual Studio IDE).
In a web form, I can bind a datagrid to this data and display the top level
(i.e. the <cd>...</cd>) information. Now let's say that I want to have
another datagrid elsewhere on the same page that displays the tracks
contained in a selected CD - this is where I'm having problems! Any ideas or
"We've all heard that a million monkeys on a million
keyboards would eventually come up with the entire
works of Shakespeare - thanks to the Internet, we now
know this isn't true...."
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