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XML Serialization in ASP.NET

Ever wondered how you could save time and stress when dealing with session objects? Anthony will describe cleverly how this is done in XML using Object Serialisation.

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By: Anthony Hart
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March 10, 2003
  1. · XML Serialization in ASP.NET
  2. · Part 1
  3. · Part 2
  4. · Conclusion

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XML Serialization in ASP.NET - Conclusion
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As you have just seen, serialization is fairly easy to implement. I've already listed several possible reasons to use serialization in your applications and now that you know how to do it, I will leave the rest to your own capable imaginations. This article has focused only on how to serialize an object into an XML document, but please remember that objects can also be serialized into binary or SOAP formats. To learn more about those types of serialization, look up the BinaryFormatter class and the SOAPFormatter class.

Maybe this powerful technology didn't really have its humble beginnings in the bottom of a glass of powdered milk - but for some reason, it makes me smile to think so. Then again, maybe someday we'll see Bill Gates or one of his .NET guys sporting a liquidy white moustache on one of those "Got Milk" ads.

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