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CosminV
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Hello guys,

 

This XML things are driving me crazy... :)

Please let me know how can I use the _XMLGetAttrib function... I've tried every possible way that I've read on the forum and I cannot succeed reading an attribute.

 

The XML looks like bellow:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<BATCH attr1= "aaa" attr2="bbb" attr3="ccc">

     <Node1 attr1="aaa" attr2="bbb" attr3="ccc" attr4="ddd" attr5="" attr6="eee" attr7="fff" attr8="ggg"/>

     <Node2 attr1="aaa" attr2="" attr3="" attr4="ddd"/>

     <Node3 attr1="" attr2="" attr3="ccc" attr4="" attr5="" attr6="eee"/>

     <Panel attr1="aaa" STATUS="BBB" attr3="ccc" attr4="ddd" attr5="" attr6="eee">

          <Node5 attr1="aaa" attr2="bbb" attr3="ccc" attr4="ddd" attr5="" attr6="eee" attr7="fff" attr8="ggg"/>

          .............................................................................................................................................................................

     </Panel>

</Batch>

 

I need to read the value of STATUS form the Panel node.

 

Could you please help me?

 

Best regards,

Cococnb

Edited by CosminV

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InnI
#include <XMLDomWrapper.au3> ; https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Silvernine0S/FolderMenu3EX/master/Include/_XMLDomWrapper_.au3

_XMLFileOpen("test.xml")
If @error Then Exit MsgBox(0, "Error", $sXML_error)

$sVal = _XMLGetAttrib("Panel", "STATUS")
MsgBox(0, "Value", $sVal)

 

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CosminV

Thank you Innl !!!

The problem was in the file path... I forgot an "\"... and with the @error IF I realized...

Thank you one more time!

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