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lrstndm

I was searching the forum too find a way to read XML files. There are many options (also very old options), but my question is which is the best for now and which is the best for my problem?

I have a XML file like this:

<Data>
    <Values>
        <Info>Information value 1</Info>
        <Info>Information value 2</Info>
    </Values>
    <Other>Other information</Other>
</Data>

What I want to have is a function where you can basically call the function 'getValue' or 'getValues' with the path to the value(s)

e.g.

getValue('Data\Other')

or

getValues('Data\Values\Info')

What is the best solution for me? Hope someone can help me out.

Regards,
lrstndm

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MikahS

Have a look at these links in this link: Link

That should give you an idea of how to start.


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jdelaney

Example:

;~ Create the temp xml
#include <File.au3>

_FileCreate("Temp")
FileWrite("Temp","<Data><Values><Info>Information value 1</Info><Info>Information value 2</Info></Values><Other>Other information</Other></Data>")


Local $oXML = ObjCreate("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
$oXML.load("Temp")

$oOther = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("//Data/Other")            ; or //Other
ConsoleWrite("$oOther.text=[" & $oOther.text & "]" & @CRLF)

$oInfos = $oXML.SelectNodes("//Data/Values/Info")   ; or //Info or //Data//Info or //Values/Info
For $oInfo In $oInfos

    ConsoleWrite("$oInfo.text=[" & $oInfo.text  & "]" & @CRLF)
Next

outputs:

$oOther.text=[Other information]
$oInfo.text=[Information value 1]
$oInfo.text=[Information value 2]

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lrstndm

jdelaney, Thank you!

This is the thing I was been looking for. With this I can work on.

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KF5WGB

jdelaney and all coders,,

Long time since this threat started. However, it has just what I needed with one exception.
The first post had only a simple "multiple node" and my xml file has more stuff in the nodes tags. If you run the script and check the created solar.xml you see what I mean.

What it does:
It downloads solardata, writes it to a xml file and then picks a few  infos out of that xml file and displays it in a MsgBox. HAM radio operators use those infos. 

My problem is at the end where a "multiple node" needs to be read and put into strings e.g $band1day, $band2day...... band$4night.

Code:

;Display Solar data in popup
;coded by: KF5WGB
;
;Get the Solar data from the net
        Global $oXML = ObjCreate("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
        $oXML.Open("GET", "http://www.hamqsl.com/solarxml.php", 0)
        $oXML.Send
        $oReceived = $oXML.ResponseText
        $oStatusCode = $oXML.Status
;and save it as solar.xml
        If $oStatusCode == 200 then
            $file = FileOpen("solar.xml", 2) ; The value of 2 overwrites the file if it already exists
            FileWrite($file, $oReceived)
            FileClose($file)
        EndIf

Local $oXML = ObjCreate("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
$oXML.load("solar.xml")

$updated = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("solar/solardata/updated")            ; updated
ConsoleWrite("$updated.text=" & $updated.text & "" & @CRLF)
$sunspots = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("solar/solardata/sunspots")          ; sunspots
ConsoleWrite("$sunspots.text=[" & $sunspots.text & "]" & @CRLF)
$xray = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("solar/solardata/xray")                  ; xray
ConsoleWrite("$xray.text=[" & $xray.text & "]" & @CRLF)
$solarflux = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("solar/solardata/solarflux")        ; solarflux
ConsoleWrite("$solarflux.text=[" & $solarflux.text & "]" & @CRLF)
$aindex = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("solar/solardata/aindex")              ; aindex
ConsoleWrite("$aindex.text=[" & $aindex.text & "]" & @CRLF)
$kindex = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("solar/solardata/kindex")              ; kindex
ConsoleWrite("$kindex.text=[" & $kindex.text & "]" & @CRLF)
$solarwind = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("solar/solardata/solarwind")        ; solarindex
ConsoleWrite("$solarwind.text=[" & $solarwind.text & "]" & @CRLF)

$oInfos = $oXML.SelectNodes("solar/solardata/calculatedconditions/band"); ..and here is the problem
For $oInfo In $oInfos
        ;Local $band[????] = $oInfo.text                                ; array ?? how to read it??
        ConsoleWrite("$oInfo.text=[" & $oInfo.text & "]" & @CRLF)
Next

MsgBox(64,"Solardata @ " & $updated.text,"Sunspots: " & $sunspots.text & @CRLF & "Xray: " & $xray.text & @CRLF & "Solarflux:    " & $solarflux.text & @CRLF & "A:   " & $aindex.text & @CRLF & "K:  " & $kindex.text & @CRLF & "Solarwind:  " & $solarwind.text & @CRLF & @CRLF & $oInfo.text & @CRLF & @CRLF & @CRLF & "       written by:KF5WGB")

As you can see, after running the script, consolewrite shows each value. The Msgbox ($oInfo.text) shows the last value of the "multiple nodes". How would put each value in a string?

Thanks in advance

KF5WGB

 

 

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mikell

You might try this

$oInfos = $oXML.SelectNodes("solar/solardata/calculatedconditions/band"); ..and here is the problem

$test = ""
For $oInfo In $oInfos
    ;$oAttrs = $oInfo.attributes
    ;$test &= $oAttrs(0).value &" ("& $oAttrs(1).value & "): " & $oInfo.text & @crlf
    $test &= $oInfo.getattribute("name") &" ("& $oInfo.getattribute("time") & "): " & $oInfo.text & @crlf
Next
msgbox(0,"test", $test)

 

Edited by mikell
still learning xml :)
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KF5WGB

mikell,

Awesome. I was happy with the first one but the second one is even better.
Thank you so much. Working the string is easy for me. I started to read the XML tutorial @ w3school.com and I must say.... I have some serious reading to do.

Thanks again

KF5WGB

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van_renier

This is a great thread.

This might be a dumb/easy question to answer, but how might I be able to read in an XML file, and get the names of the elements? like in the 1st example given.

<Data>
    <Values>
        <Info>Information value 1</Info>
        <Info>Information value 2</Info>
    </Values>
    <Other>Other information</Other>
</Data>

The script examples above clearly helped me get the values of the elements, (i.e. "Information value 1" and 2,) but How would I be able to get the elements of those?, ie. "Data", "Values", "Info", "Other", etc... This is probably more working with object-related coding than the XML file itself.  For example..

 

$oInfos = $oXML.SelectNodes("SMPUBLISH")   ; or //Info or //Data//Info or //Values/Info
For $oInfo In $oInfos
   ConsoleWrite("$oInfo.text=[" & $oInfo.text  & "]" & @CRLF)
 Next

$oInfo.text will retrieve the value within the elements, how would I get the value of the elements themselves?

=================
<SMPUBLISH>
    <SERVER>
        <SHORT_NAME>smpolicysrv </SHORT_NAME>
        <FULL_NAME>SiteMinder Policy Server </FULL_NAME>
        <PRODUCT_NAME>SiteMinder(tm) </PRODUCT_NAME>
        <VERSION>12.52 </VERSION>
    </SERVER>
</SMPUBLISH>
=================
In the above excerpt of an XML file, the elements within a node might change, The scripts earlier allow me/us to get the values of these nodes, but what about getting the name of the nodes too?

Thanks,

Van

 

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mikell

Do you mean this ?

Local $oXML = ObjCreate("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
$oXML.load("Temp")

Local $txt = ""
$oItem = $oXML.SelectSingleNode("SMPUBLISH/SERVER") 

For $oNode In $oItem.childNodes
   $txt &= $oNode.nodename & " = " & $oNode.text & @crlf
Next
Msgbox(0,"", $txt)

 

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      ; #INDEX# ======================================================================================================================= ; Title .........: XMLWrapperEx.au3 ; AutoIt Version : 3.3.10.2++ ; Language ......: English ; Description ...: Functions to use for reading and writing XML using msxml. ; Remarks .......: BETA Version ; Author ........: mLipok ; Version .......: "1.1.1.01" ; _XML_MiscProperty_UDFVersion() #CS This UDF is created on the basis of: https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/19848-xml-dom-wrapper-com/ For this reason, I attach also the last known (to me) previous version ($_XMLUDFVER = "1.0.3.98" _XMLDomWrapper_1.0.3.98_CN.au3 ) For the same reason I continue to recognize the achievements of the work of my predecessors (they are still noted in each Function header). . . . . !!!!!!!!! This is BETA VERSION (all could be changed) !!!!!!!!! . . . WORK IN PROGRES INFORMATION: For now 2015-09-01 the descripion (Function Header) can not entirely correctly describe the function. TODO: in many places I used "TODO" as a keyword to find what should be done in future . I want to: PREVENT THIS: The unfortunate nature of both the scripts is that the func return results are strings or arrays instead of objects. .     I want to: USE THIS CONCEPT:     .   All function should use Refernce to the object as first Function parameter     .   All function should return in most cases objects. There should be separate functions to Change Object collection to array     .   All function should use COM Error Handler in local scope.     .   All function should return @error which are defined in #Region XMLWrapperEx.au3 - @ERROR Enums     .    All function should have the same naming convention     .    All variables should have the same naming convention     .    There should not to be any Global Variable - exception is $g__oXMLDOM_Events     .   It should be possible easy to use XML DOM Events     .        https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms764697(v=vs.85).aspx     .   It should be possible easy to Debug     .    Ultimately, you should be able to do anything with your XML without having to use your own Error Handler. #CE  
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      This UDF was formerly named:   XMLWrapperEx.au3 
       
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