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XDocument.Load Method

Creates a new XDocument from a file specified by a URI, from an TextReader, or from an XmlReader.

This member is overloaded. For complete information about this member, including syntax, usage, and examples, click a name in the overload list.

  Name Description
Public method Static member Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 Load(Stream) Creates a new XDocument instance using the specified stream.
Public method Static member Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 Load(String) Creates a new XDocument from a file located in the application's XAP package.
Public method Static member Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 Load(TextReader) Creates a new XDocument from a TextReader.
Public method Static member Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 Load(XmlReader) Creates a new XDocument from an XmlReader.
Public method Static member Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 Load(Stream, LoadOptions) Creates a new XDocument instance using the specified stream, optionally preserving white space, setting the base URI, and retaining line information.
Public method Static member Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 Load(String, LoadOptions) Creates a new XDocument from a file located in the application's XAP package, optionally preserving white space, setting the base URI, and retaining line information.
Public method Static member Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 Load(TextReader, LoadOptions) Creates a new XDocument from a TextReader, optionally preserving white space, setting the base URI, and retaining line information.
Public method Static member Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 Load(XmlReader, LoadOptions) Creates a new XDocument from an XmlReader, optionally setting the base URI, and retaining line information.
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Using one of the overloads of this method, you can load an XDocument from a file, a TextReader, or an XmlReader.

To create an XDocument from a string that contains XML, use Parse.

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