VS 2008 - Return XML Response From HTTP Request

Apr 16, 2012

I am trying to the following to return xml response from an http request

Code:
Try
Dim id As String = Request.QueryString("id")
Dim xmlOut As String = ""
cn.ConnectionString = "Data Source=192.168.1.2;Initial Catalog=db;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=sa;Password=pass"
dad = New SqlDataAdapter("select * from tbl where id = '" & id & "'", cn)
ds.Clear()

[Code] ...

Is there some other way to do this without having to resort to writing the xml to a temp file on C drive and reading it again to display the output ?

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