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[Solved] _XMLCreateChildWAttr is adding to all childs matching

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Simpel

Hi,

I'm running a script that is filling XML-childs step by step. It looks like:

Func _AddXML($XMLvF,$XMLtF,$bDirection)
    $zone = _Date_Time_GetTimeZoneInformation()
    
    If $bDirection = 2 Then
        $deviceID = $deviceIDdown
    Else
        $deviceID = $deviceIDup
    EndIf

    Dim $Keys[2] =  ["ID","categoryID"]
    Dim $Values[2]

    $Values[0] = $deviceID
    $Values[1] = $categoryID
    _XMLCreateChildWAttr ("//data", "device", $Keys, $Values)

    Dim $Keys[4] =  ["value","timestamp","TZ","scale_unit"]
    Dim $Values[4]
    $XMLvF = Number($XMLvF)
    $Values[0] = $XMLvF

    $Values[1] = $XMLtF
    If $zone[0] = "2" Then
        $Values[2] = "CEST"
    Else
        $Values[2] = "CET"
    EndIf
    $Values[3] = "MBit/s"
    _XMLCreateChildWAttr ("//device", "measurement", $Keys, $Values)
EndFunc

First round everything is ok. But second round there should be another device ID="199" and the measurement value should be written to this child. But it's writing in both device childs:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> 
- <vd-In CreatedByAppVersion="1.0.2.13" XMLAPIVersion="1.1">
- <data>
- <device ID="175" categoryID="3">
  <measurement value="479.72" timestamp="2014-08-10T18:34:58" TZ="CEST" scale_unit="MBit/s" /> 
  <measurement value="481.78" timestamp="2014-08-10T18:35:04" TZ="CEST" scale_unit="MBit/s" /> 
  </device>
- <device ID="199" categoryID="3">
  <measurement value="481.78" timestamp="2014-08-10T18:35:04" TZ="CEST" scale_unit="MBit/s" /> 
  </device>
  </data>
  </vd-In>

The difference is that $bDirection is first 1 and second round 2.

Ideas? Regards, Simpel

Edited by Simpel
solved

SciTE4AutoIt = 3.7.3.0   AutoIt = 3.3.14.2   AutoItX64 = 0   OS = Win7Pro SP1   OSArch = X64   Language = 0407/german
H:\...\AutoIt3\SciTE     H:\...\AutoIt3      H:\...\AutoIt3\Include     (H:\ = Network Drive)

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jdelaney

I'm not familiar with the UDF, but it's probably adding to all matches.  Try narrowing it down to your id:

_XMLCreateChildWAttr ("//device[@id=199]", "measurement", $Keys, $Values)

Or, you can not use the udf (you can create your own function from this example:

$oXML = ObjCreate("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
$oXML.LoadXML("<vd-In CreatedByAppVersion=""1.0.2.13"" XMLAPIVersion=""1.1""><data /></vd-In>")

$oData = $oXml.SelectSingleNode("//data")

$oDevice = $oXML.CreateElement("device")
$oDevice.SetAttribute("ID",175)
$oDevice.SetAttribute("CategoryID",3)

$oMeasurement = $oXML.CreateElement("measurement")
$oMeasurement.SetAttribute("value",479.72)
$oMeasurement.SetAttribute("timestamp","2014-08-10T18:34:58")
$oMeasurement.SetAttribute("scale_unit","MBit/s")
$oMeasurement.SetAttribute("TZ","CEST")

$oDevice.appendChild($oMeasurement)
$oData.appendChild($oDevice)

$oDevice = $oXML.CreateElement("device")
$oDevice.SetAttribute("ID",175)
$oDevice.SetAttribute("CategoryID",3)

$oMeasurement = $oXML.CreateElement("measurement")
$oMeasurement.SetAttribute("value",481.78)
$oMeasurement.SetAttribute("timestamp","2014-08-10T18:35:04")
$oMeasurement.SetAttribute("scale_unit","MBit/s")
$oMeasurement.SetAttribute("TZ","CEST")

$oDevice.appendChild($oMeasurement)
$oData.appendChild($oDevice)


ConsoleWrite($oXml.xml)

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Simpel

 

Try narrowing it down to your id:

_XMLCreateChildWAttr ("//device[@id=" & $deviceID & "]", "measurement", $Keys, $Values)

That's solving my problem. Thank you.

Regards, Simpel

Edited by Simpel

SciTE4AutoIt = 3.7.3.0   AutoIt = 3.3.14.2   AutoItX64 = 0   OS = Win7Pro SP1   OSArch = X64   Language = 0407/german
H:\...\AutoIt3\SciTE     H:\...\AutoIt3      H:\...\AutoIt3\Include     (H:\ = Network Drive)

   88x31.png  Any of my own code posted anywhere on the forum is available for use by others without any restriction of any kind.

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