Manipulating XML in Visual Basic
You can use XML literals to load XML from an external source such as a string, file, or stream. You can then use LINQ to XML to manipulate the XML and use Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) to query the XML.
In This Section
- How to: Load XML from a File, String, or Stream (Visual Basic)
- How to: Transform XML by Using LINQ (Visual Basic)
Demonstrates how to transform the contents of an XDocument object into a new XML document.
- How to: Modify XML Literals (Visual Basic)
Demonstrates how to modify the elements, attributes, and values in an XML literal.
- XML Axis Properties (Visual Basic)
Provides links to sections that describe the various XML access properties.
- Overview of LINQ to XML in Visual Basic
Provides an introduction to using LINQ to XML in Visual Basic.
- Creating XML in Visual Basic
Provides an introduction to using XML literals in Visual Basic.
- Accessing XML in Visual Basic
Demonstrates how to access parts of an XML element or document in Visual Basic.
- XML in Visual Basic
Provides links to sections that describe how to use LINQ to XML in Visual Basic.