Question is, how do I prevent this from appearing or what is the best way to remove it? I've tried to search for this node and replace it with no success, but the ideal solution would be to just prevent it in the first place. The xml document
that is generated is large (>100MB) so this task needs to take performance into consideration.
Can you show us a minimal but complete sample allowing us to reproduce the problem? Is there any chance that your XmlRoot class that you serialize has a property set up to be serialized as an "atom:link" element? I don't think XmlSerializer creates any
elements without there being properties in the object it serializes.MVP Data Platform Development
Marked as answer byChris FinkTuesday, April 05, 2011 5:16 PM