XmlSerialization in .NET 2.0

I came across a couple of great articles about customizing XmlSerialization in .NET 2.0 that I figured wereworth posting some comments about.
The first article, Having fun with the XmlSchemaProvider: Serializing object trees, is an excellent example of implementing the IXmlSerializable interface in conjunction with the XmlSchemaProvider Attribute. The second article, Customizing XMLSerialization in .NET 2.0 Using the IXmlSerializable Interface, illustates how the wsdl uses these method declarations to dynamically generate your Xsd schema.
When you combine the information of these two articles, it certainly helps to make xml document to object transformations a LOT easier! Great work Wouter van Vugt and Thiru Thangarathinam!

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