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Modifying XML element value

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Hi, I wrote a code to modify an elements value, it works okay but gives problems with elements that have a prefix... plz hlp XML file...<feed> <entry Prd_ID="1" Cat="A" Type="1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom"> <title>ABCD</title> <g:sku>SKU</g:sku> </entry> </feed> code Dim doc As XDocument = XDocument.Load(Server.MapPath("prd.xml")) Dim df As XNamespace = doc.Root.Name.[Namespace] Dim rr = From c In doc.Root.Elements(df + "entry") Where c.Element(df + "id").Value = idd.ToString() Select c Dim prdtitle As XElement = rr.First() Dim prdsku As XElement = rr.First() prdtitle.SetElementValue(df + "title", "HelloTitle") prdsku.SetElementValue(df + "sku","HelloSKU") doc.Save(Server.MapPath("prd.xml")) I can modify the title tag value but not the sku tag value as that has a prefix g with it any ideas? yasmin 

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