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leevy

Hello,

My tool worked well yesterday, but it says "Variable must be of type "Object"" when I run it today, I didn't update it from yesterday to today.

error is:

_XMLDomWrapper.au3 (451) : ==> Variable must be of type "Object".:

$objNodeList = $objDoc.documentElement.selectNodes ($strXPath)

$objNodeList = $objDoc.documentElement^ ERROR

why?

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ame1011

your xml file is either not there or it has changed


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leevy

I'm sure my xml file exist and hasn't been changed.

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PsaltyDS

There are some undocumented functions in the UDF. Add _SetDebug(True) just before you open the file and run it from SciTE (writes to the console).

The error you got is from _XMLGetValue(). Opening the document creates $objDoc, and must have worked, or you wouldn't have gotten that far (it's checked before line 451). You'll have to see what happened to your XPath.

:)


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leevy

Thanks PsaltyDS. I have found the reason, I used XMLHTTP, its url is changed by other guy.

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