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Menu from XML

Hi. I suggest you a little game.

Given an XML file defining a menu :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>



<action type="add">

<Menu Checked="0" Enabled="1" FatherUID="43520" Position="13" String="Miscellaneous Demo" Type="2" UniqueID="99999">


<action type="add">

<Menu Checked="0" Enabled="1" FatherUID="99999" Position="0" String="Custom Form" Type="1" UniqueID="menuCustomForm" />







why this code create the menu

Private Sub AddMenuItems()

Dim oXmlDoc As New MSXML2.DOMDocument

Call oXmlDoc.load("MyMenu.xml")

Call m_app.LoadBatchActions(oXmlDoc.xml)

End Sub

and this other no?

Private Sub AddMenuItems()

Dim x As XmlDocument = New System.Xml.XmlDocument



End Sub

Who give me the answer wins my many thanks.

Ciao. Nicola

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2005 at 09:02 PM

    As a stab in the dark, is it because the first one uses the xml() method where as the second uses the InnerXml() method?

    What errors are you getting (if any)?

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    • Former Member Nicola Martella

      I only use the second way, and it works like a charm... 😊

      I'm using C#.Net though...

      But, what the problem could be, a while ago, when I tried LoadBatchActions(myXmlDoc.InnerXML);</i> C# did throw me an error before compiling. Something about <i>myXmlDoc.InnerXML</i> was not allowed directly in <i>LoadBatchActions</i>. So try this:

      <b>Code (C#)</b>

      private void AddMenuItems()
        /* New XML document */
        XmlDocument x = new System.Xml.XmlDocument();
        /* Load the xmfile and put it's content in a string */
        string sXML = x.InnerXml;
        /* Load the xml into the SBO application */

      Probatly that wil work.

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