It’s just that I usually forget the keywords/parameters & their order (you can create a dataset or class that can be C# or VB, and there’s a couple of other option I never used before). I usually refer to its MSDN page when asked..
So I thought a post would be easier to remember. First you should create the xsd file out of the xml, using the VS command prompt:
xsd myFile.xmlThat will create “myFile.xsd”, now to create “myFile.cs”, write the below line:
xsd myFile.xsd /cNow you can add the cs file to your project and use it as illustrated in my previous post.
Cross-posted from FCIH-Blog