WriteEndObject Method (XmlDictionaryWriter)
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NetDataContractSerializer.WriteEndObject Method (XmlDictionaryWriter)

 

Writes the closing XML element using an XmlDictionaryWriter.

Namespace:   System.Runtime.Serialization
Assembly:  System.Runtime.Serialization (in System.Runtime.Serialization.dll)

public override void WriteEndObject(
	XmlDictionaryWriter writer
)

Parameters

writer
Type: System.Xml.XmlDictionaryWriter

The XmlDictionaryWriter used to write the XML document or stream.

Exception Condition
ArgumentNullException

the writer is set to null.

The following example creates an object to serialize, an instance of the NetDataContractSerializer, and an instance of the XmlDictionaryWriter class. The example uses the WriteStartObject, WriteObjectContent, and WriteEndObject methods to write the object data into the XML document.

public sealed class ShowWriteStartObject
{

    public static void WriteObjectData(string path)
    {
        // Create the object to serialize.
        Person p = new Person("Lynn", "Tsoflias", 9876);

        // Create the writer.
        FileStream fs = new FileStream(path, FileMode.Create);
        XmlDictionaryWriter writer =
            XmlDictionaryWriter.CreateTextWriter(fs);

        NetDataContractSerializer ser =
            new NetDataContractSerializer();

        // Use the writer to start a document.
        writer.WriteStartDocument(true);

        // Use the serializer to write the start of the 
        // object data. Use it again to write the object
        // data. 
        ser.WriteStartObject(writer, p);
        ser.WriteObjectContent(writer, p);

        // Use the serializer to write the end of the 
        // object data. Then use the writer to write the end
        // of the document.
        ser.WriteEndObject(writer);
        writer.WriteEndDocument();

        Console.WriteLine("Done");

        // Close and release the writer resources.
        writer.Flush();
        fs.Flush();
        fs.Close();
    }

.NET Framework
Available since 3.0
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