If been trying to update a table in my SQL server 2000 database with data from an xml file. I've tried a load of different ideas but can't seem to find the best way in.

I eventually went for SqlBulkCopy which seemed to be the fastest way of loading a mass amount of data into SQLServer (SQLXMLBULKLOADLib doesn't appear to like dotnet 2.0)

So here is how I'm coding it
Code:
SqlConnection thisSQLConn = new SqlConnection(connectionstring);
            thisSQLConn.Open();
            SqlBulkCopy thisBC = new SqlBulkCopy(thisSQLConn);
            DataSet thisDS = new DataSet();
            thisDS.ReadXml("somexmlfile.xml");
            thisBC.DestinationTableName = "sqltable";
So, this seems to work alright and having discovered that itís not possible to simple pass a dataset full of all my xml records I decided that I should do the update one record at a time, thus;

Code:
            foreach (DataTable table in dsStore.Tables["xmlparentnode"])
            {
                thisBC.WriteToServer(table);
            }
Well, apparently you can't use foreach statements like this

foreach statement cannot operate on variables of type 'system.data.datatable'
I'm a little stuck for a good way to...
1. Input my xml data without having to code every single column insert
2. Insert multiple records into the database

Here is the format of my xml
<>
<root>
<xmlparentnode>
<name></name>
<age></age>
</xmlparentnode>
<xmlparentnode>
<name></name>
<age></age>
</xmlparentnode>
<xmlparentnode>
<name></name>
<age></age>
</xmlparentnode>
</root>

Any ideas?