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#41 ·  Posted (edited)

Steve,

Isn't that one of the main reasons for using CDATA so that you don't need to escape everything (since the CDATA is not parsed)?

Can you comment on the trouble using _XMLCreateCDATA? I reproduced the same outcome that Gary got trying to use it.

thanks,

Dale

Here's a fix for the write part:

;===============================================================================
; Function Name:    _XMLCreateCDATA
; Description:      Create a CDATA SECTION node directly under root.
; Parameters:       $node name of node to create
;                   $data CDATA value
; Syntax:           _XMLCreateCDATA($node,$data)
; Author(s):        Stephen Podhajecki <gehossafats@netmdc.com>
; Returns:          on error set error to 1 and returns -1
; fixme, won't append to exisiting node. must create new node.
;===============================================================================
Func _XMLCreateCDATA($strNode, $strCDATA,$strNameSpc="")
    Local $objChild, $objNode
    While @error = 0
        $objNode = $objDoc.createNode (1, $strNode, $strNameSpc)
        $objChild = $objDoc.createCDATASection ($strCDATA)
        $objNode.appendChild($objChild)
        $objDoc.documentElement.appendChild ($objNode)
        $objDoc.Save ($strFile)
        $objChild = ""
        Return
    WEnd
   ;    _XMLError( "Failed to create CDATA Section: " & $strNode & @CRLF & $oMyError.windescription)
    _XMLError( "Failed to create CDATA Section: " & $strNode & @CRLF)
    SetError(1)
    Return -1
EndFunc  ;==>_XMLCreateCDATA

Here's the xml as loaded in SciTe

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<Snippet><hCode><![CDATA[; Include Version:1.52 (8 February 2006)
#include-once

; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; AutoIt Version: 3.0
; Language:    English
; Description:  Functions that assist with color management.
;
; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------


;===============================================================================
;
; Description:    Get the red component of a given color.
; Syntax:         ]]></hCode></Snippet>

I'm still working on the read. I think that the CDATASection is considered a child of the the node and may have to be referenced by it's index.

Steve

Edit: updated code.

Edited by eltorro

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#42 ·  Posted

Here is the read part:

;===============================================================================
; Function Name:    _XMLGetValue
; Description:      Get XML Fieldbased on XPath input from root node.
; Parameters:       $path   xml tree path from root node (root/child/child..)
; Syntax:           _XMLGetValue($path)
; Author(s):        Stephen Podhajecki <gehossafats@netmdc.com>
; Returns:          array of fields text values -1 on failure
;===============================================================================
Func _XMLGetValue($strXPath)
    Local $objNodeList, $arrResponse[1], $i
    While @error = 0
    $objNodeList = $objDoc.selectNodes($strXPath)
;   $objNodeList = $objDoc.selectNodes ($strXPath)
        If $objNodeList.length > 0 Then
            _DebugWrite("GetValue list length:" & $objNodeList.length)
            For $objNode In $objNodeList
            if $objNode.hasChildNodes() = False Then
                _ArrayAdd($arrResponse, $objNode.Text)
            Else
                $objNodeChild = $objNode.childNodes(0)
                if $objNodeChild.nodeType = $NODE_CDATA_SECTION Then
                    _ArrayAdd($arrResponse, $objNodeChild.data)
                Else
                    _ArrayAdd($arrResponse, $objNode.Text)
                EndIf
            EndIf
            
            _DebugWrite("GetValue:" & $objNode.nodeValue)
        Next
        Return $arrResponse
;           Return $objNode.nodeValue
           ;            Return $arrResponse
        Else
            $xmlerr = @CRLF & "No matching node(s)found!"
            Return -1
            ExitLoop
        EndIf
        
    WEnd
   ;    _XMLError( "Error Retrieving: " & $strXPath & @CRLF & $oMyError.windescription)
    _XMLError( "Error Retrieving: " & $strXPath & $xmlerr)
   ;            _XMLError( "No matching node(s)found for: " & $strXPath & @CRLF & $oMyError.windescription)
    SetError(1)
    Return -1
    
EndFunc  ;==>_XMLGetValue

The script for testing:

#Include <_XMLDomWrapper.au3>
#Include <String.au3>
;init some vars
global $snips_dir=@ScriptDir
$sXMLRoot = "Snippet"
$s_TName ="test.test"

;open and read 512 bytes from color.au3
$s_TSource = FileOpen("C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\include\Color.au3",0)
$s_TCode =FileRead($s_TSource,512)
FileClose($s_TSource)

;get down to business.
SaveSnippet($s_TName,$s_Tcode); save code snippet as cdata in xml

$retVal = LoadSnippet($s_TName); read it back
    if IsArray($retVal) Then
        _ArrayDisplay($retVal,"hCode")
    Else
        MsgBox(0,"Code",LoadSnippet($s_TName))
    EndIf

Exit


;funcs. 
Func SaveSnippet($s_Name, $code)
    Local $sFile = $snips_dir & '\' & $s_Name & '.xml'
    While @error = 0
        _XMLCreateFile ($sFile, $sXMLRoot, True)
        _XMLFileOpen ($sFile)
;      _XMLCreateRootChild ("hCode")
        _XMLCreateCDATA("hCode",$code); cdata needs new node ???
        Return
        ExitLoop
    WEnd
    
    MsgBox(4096, "Error", _XMLError ())
EndFunc;==>SaveSnippet

Func LoadSnippet($s_Name)
    Local $sFile = $snips_dir & '\' & $s_Name & '.xml', $ret, $s_code
    ConsoleWrite($sFile & @LF)
    If FileExists($sFile) Then
        While @error = 0
            $ret = _XMLFileOpen ($sFile)
            $s_code = _XMLGetValue ("//hCode")
             Return $s_code
        WEnd
        MsgBox(4096, "Error", _XMLError ())
    EndIf
EndFunc;==>LoadSnippet

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#43 ·  Posted

Thanks for the help, I now have a new version of CSnippet out, saves the snippets to XML files

:o

Gary


SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

Don't argue with an idiot; people watching may not be able to tell the difference.

 

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#44 ·  Posted (edited)

Forgot, had to clean up the include file i always use Opt('MustDeclareVars',1)

and remove variables not being used

Here's the cleaned up one, with the update functions also

Gary

Edit: Removed attachment

Edited by gafrost

SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

Don't argue with an idiot; people watching may not be able to tell the difference.

 

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#45 ·  Posted

Thanks for the help, I now have a new version of CSnippet out, saves the snippets to XML files

:o

Gary

Great! :geek:

Forgot, had to clean up the include file i always use Opt('MustDeclareVars',1)

and remove variables not being used

Here's the cleaned up one, with the update functions also

Gary

Thanks, ;)

Steve

Udpated download in first post.

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#46 ·  Posted (edited)

@KlemsonGuy

You can start with this code:

;Stephen Podhajecki <gehossafats@netmdc.com>
 #Include <_XMLDomWrapper.au3>
 Local $sXmlFile, $oOXml, $my_ns
 
 opt("MustDeclareVars", 1)
 ;_SetDebug (True);show debug messages via console write
 $sXmlFile = "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\scripts\allocation.xml";******* put your path here.
 If @error Then
     MsgBox(4096, "File Open", "No file chosen")
 Else
     $oOXml = ""
     $my_ns = ""
     $oOXml = _XMLFileOpen ($sXmlFile, $my_ns)
 EndIf
 Dim $sallocation[200][4], $x
 GetNode()
 Exit
 Func GetNode()
     Local $x, $y, $ret, $iNodeCt, $msg
     $iNodeCt = _XMLGetNodeCount ("//allocation/state", "", $NODE_ELEMENT)
    ;    MsgBox(0, "Allocation", $iNodeCt)
     For $x = 1 To $iNodeCt - 1
         $ret = GetAlloc($x)
         If IsArray($ret) Then
             $msg = ""
             For $y = 1 To UBound($ret) - 1
                 $msg = $msg & "State = " & $ret[$y][4] & " ID = " & $ret[$y][0] & _
                         " Comm = " & $ret[$y][1] & " Alloc = " & $ret[$y][2] & @LF
             Next
             ConsoleWrite("The Return Values:" & @LF & $msg)
            ;MsgBox(0, "Allocations", $msg)
         EndIf
         
     Next
 EndFunc  ;==>GetNode
 
 Func GetAlloc($iIndex)
     Local $iChildct, $iNodeCt, $sState, $sallocation[1][5], $aAttrN[1], $aAttrV[1], $ret
     Local $x, $y, $z
     $iIndex = "[" & $iIndex & "]"
     $sState = _XMLGetAttrib ("//allocation/state" & $iIndex, "id")
     $iChildct = _XMLGetNodeCount ("//allocation/state" & $iIndex & "/servicer", "", $NODE_ELEMENT)
     _DebugWrite ("State>" & $sState & " Servicer ct>" & $iChildct & @LF)
     If $iChildct > 0 Then ReDim $sallocation[$iChildct + 1][5]
     For $y = 1 To $iChildct
         If $y = 0 Then
             $ret = _XMLGetAllAttrib ("//allocation/state" & $iIndex & "/servicer", $aAttrN, $aAttrV)
         Else
             $ret = _XMLGetAllAttrib ("//allocation/state" & $iIndex & "/servicer", $aAttrN, $aAttrV, "[" & $y & "]")
         EndIf
         
         If @error = 0 Then
             $sallocation[$y][0] = $aAttrV[0]
             $sallocation[$y][4] = $sState
             For $z = 1 To UBound($aAttrV) - 1
                 $sallocation[$y][$z] = $aAttrV[$z]
             Next
         EndIf
     Next
     Return $sallocation
 EndFunc  ;==>GetAlloc

Hope this is what you are looking for.

Steve

Edit: autoit code tags

Edited by eltorro

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#47 ·  Posted

dear autoit-cracks

i have read all post about xml and played around with it... but i can't figure out how i must implement what i'm looking for. hopefully some could help me :o

i have the following xml file (could be found here)

<buddyList>
 <name>Wojjie's Buddy List</name>
<buddy>
    <name>Wojjie</name>
    <status>Online</status>
    <game>
        <shortname>bf2</shortname>
        <longname>BattleField 2</longname>
    </game>
    <server>
        <name>24/7 Wake - Krackhouse</name>
        <fullip>69.28.221.211:16567</fullip>
        <link>http://www.game-monitor.com/GameServer/69.28.221.211:16567/</link>
        <players>37/40</players>
        <map>Wake Island 2007</map>
    </server>
    <score>12</score>
    <ping>20 ms</ping>
    <duration></duration>
</buddy>
<buddy>
    <name>=GSF=FreekBoy</name>
    <status>Offline</status>
    <game>
        <shortname>all</shortname>
        <longname>All</longname>
    </game>
    <server>
        <name></name>
        <fullip>0.0.0.0:</fullip>
        <link>http://www.game-monitor.com/GameServer/0.0.0.0:/</link>
        <players></players>
        <map></map>
    </server>
    <score></score>
    <ping></ping>
    <duration></duration>
</buddy>
<buddy>
    <name>EVO_Matt</name>
    <status>Offline</status>
    <game>
        <shortname>all</shortname>
        <longname>All</longname>
    </game>
    <server>
        <name></name>
        <fullip>0.0.0.0:</fullip>
        <link>http://www.game-monitor.com/GameServer/0.0.0.0:/</link>
        <players></players>
        <map></map>
    </server>
    <score></score>
    <ping></ping>
    <duration></duration>
</buddy>
<buddy>
    <name>i365|klaude</name>
    <status>Offline</status>
    <game>
        <shortname>all</shortname>
        <longname>All</longname>
    </game>
    <server>
        <name></name>
        <fullip>0.0.0.0:</fullip>
        <link>http://www.game-monitor.com/GameServer/0.0.0.0:/</link>
        <players></players>
        <map></map>
    </server>
    <score></score>
    <ping></ping>
    <duration></duration>
</buddy>
<buddy>
    <name>i365|lreese</name>
    <status>Offline</status>
    <game>
        <shortname>all</shortname>
        <longname>All</longname>
    </game>
    <server>
        <name></name>
        <fullip>0.0.0.0:</fullip>
        <link>http://www.game-monitor.com/GameServer/0.0.0.0:/</link>
        <players></players>
        <map></map>
    </server>
    <score></score>
    <ping></ping>
    <duration></duration>
</buddy>
<buddy>
    <name>Saboom</name>
    <status>Offline</status>
    <game>
        <shortname>all</shortname>
        <longname>All</longname>
    </game>
    <server>
        <name></name>
        <fullip>0.0.0.0:</fullip>
        <link>http://www.game-monitor.com/GameServer/0.0.0.0:/</link>
        <players></players>
        <map></map>
    </server>
    <score></score>
    <ping></ping>
    <duration></duration>
</buddy>
<buddy>
    <name>[BWC]Rabbit</name>
    <status>Offline</status>
    <game>
        <shortname>bf2</shortname>
        <longname>BattleField 2</longname>
    </game>
    <server>
        <name></name>
        <fullip>0.0.0.0:</fullip>
        <link>http://www.game-monitor.com/GameServer/0.0.0.0:/</link>
        <players></players>
        <map></map>
    </server>
    <score></score>
    <ping></ping>
    <duration></duration>
</buddy>
<buddy>
    <name>^-DRz-^Picchioni</name>
    <status>Offline</status>
    <game>
        <shortname>all</shortname>
        <longname>All</longname>
    </game>
    <server>
        <name></name>
        <fullip>0.0.0.0:</fullip>
        <link>http://www.game-monitor.com/GameServer/0.0.0.0:/</link>
        <players></players>
        <map></map>
    </server>
    <score></score>
    <ping></ping>
    <duration></duration>
</buddy>

</buddyList>

and i would like bring the information "Buddy Name", "Server Fullip", "Players" and the "Status" (changes the icon) in a gui, that it looks like this

Posted Image

it would be nice if someone could help my out! :geek:

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#48 ·  Posted (edited)

dear autoit-cracks

i have read all post about xml and played around with it... but i can't figure out how i must implement what i'm looking for. hopefully some could help me :o

Posted Image

it would be nice if someone could help my out! :geek:

#include <GUIConstants.au3>
 #Include <_XMLDomWrapper.au3>
 ;===============================================================================
 ;Buddy list example  by <Stephen Podhajecki gehossafats@netmdc.com>
 ;===============================================================================
 
 Global $ledRed = "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Scripts\ledred.ico";change this to the script dir
 Global $ledGrn = "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Scripts\ledgrn.ico";change this to the script dir
 $Form1 = GUICreate("Buddy List", 315, 333, 192, 125)
 GUISetBkColor(0xF0F0F0)
 
 GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)
 $msg = ""
 opt("MustDeclareVars", 1)
 
 
 Local $buddysheet = @ScriptDir & "\buddylist.xml"
 ConsoleWrite($buddysheet)
 Local $oBs = _XMLFileOpen ($buddysheet)
 If @error Then
     MsgBox(0, "Error", "There was an error opening the file.")
     Exit
 EndIf
 
 FillGui()
 
 While 1
     $msg = GUIGetMsg()
     Select
         Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
             ExitLoop
         Case Else
           ;;;;;;;
     EndSelect
 WEnd
 Exit
 ;===============================================================================
 ;Funcs
 ;===============================================================================
 Func _RetFirst($aArray); return first item in an array
     If IsArray($aArray) Then
         Return $aArray[1]
     EndIf
 EndFunc ;==>_RetFirst
 
 Func _StringPad($sText, $sChar, $iLen, $iFlag = 0); add text to string
     While StringLen($sText) < $iLen
         If $iFlag < 1 Then
             $sText = $sText & $sChar
         Else
             $sText = $sChar & $sText
         EndIf
     WEnd
     Return $sText
 EndFunc ;==>_StringPad
 
 Func _ResizeGui($iht); resize gui to fit all buds.
     Local $a = WinGetPos("")
     WinMove("", "", $a[0], $a[1], $a[2], $iht + 40)
 EndFunc ;==>_ResizeGui
 
 Func FillGui(); fill the gui with the list.
     Local $i_Budds = _XMLGetNodeCount ("//buddyList/*")
     If $i_Budds > 0 Then
         Local $x, $y[4], $z, $sRet = _XMLSelectNodes ("//buddyList/*")
         If IsArray($sRet) Then
           ;_ArrayDisplay($sRet,"Node Names")
             _ResizeGui(20 * $sRet[0])
             GUISetState(@SW_LOCK)
             For $x = 1 To $sRet[0]
                 If $sRet[$x] = "buddy" Then
                     $y[0] = _RetFirst(_XMLGetField ("buddyList/*[" & $x & "]/status"))
                     $y[1] = _StringPad(_RetFirst(_XMLGetField ("buddyList/*[" & $x & "]/name")), " ", 18)
                     $y[2] = _StringPad(_RetFirst(_XMLGetField ("buddyList/*[" & $x & "]/server/fullip")), " ", 21)
                     $y[3] = _StringPad(_RetFirst(_XMLGetField ("buddyList/*[" & $x & "]/server/players")), " ", 10)
                     $z = 20* ($x - 1)
                     
                     GUICtrlCreateLabel($y[2], 166, $z, 125, -1)
                     GUICtrlCreateLabel($y[3], 275, $z, 85, -1)
                     GUICtrlCreateLabel("         " & $y[1], 16, $z, 150, -1)
                     If StringUpper($y[0]) = "ONLINE" Then
                         GUICtrlCreateIcon($ledGrn, -1, 16, $z, 16, 16)
                         GUICtrlSetStyle(-1, BitOR($SS_ICON, $SS_NOTIFY))
                     Else
                         GUICtrlCreateIcon($ledRed, -1, 16, $z, 16, 16)
                         GUICtrlSetStyle(-1, BitOR($SS_ICON, $SS_NOTIFY))
                     EndIf
                   ;_ArrayDisplay($y,"Data")
                 EndIf
             Next
             GUISetState(@SW_UNLOCK)
         EndIf
     EndIf
 EndFunc ;==>FillGui

contains script and icons.

buddylist.zip

Steve

Edit: changed to AutoIt code tags

Edited by eltorro

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#49 ·  Posted

Hi Guys!

Im wondering if there is a way to handle more than one XML File.

For Example combing Parts of XML to a new one?

Steve .B

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#50 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

I just added another version of the wrapper. This one allows for working with multiple documents by supplying an index number to the object. The index is passed as the last optional parameter of every function so as to not interfere with previous operation.

Currently the file index is set for 5 files max[0-4]. Unless you have gobs of memory, I think that this is a resonable max as all docs are loaded into memory by M$'s dll. The global const $MAXFILES can be changed to meet your requirements.

This is basically a workaround and is considered an experimental version for testing.

Another option is to re-code the functions requiring that the doc object be pass in for every function.

At present, I don't have time to re-code.

Basically it works as follows for multi files:

Dim $myFiles[$MAXFILES]
        $myFiles[0]= _XMLFileOpen("MyFile.xml","",0)  
        $myFiles[1] = _XMLFileOpen("Myfile1.xml","",1)
        etc.......

Please see the first post for download link.

Steve.

Edited by eltorro

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#51 ·  Posted

@eltorro

MANY THANKS!!

it works great! this is exactly what i'm looked for! ...again thanks.

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#52 ·  Posted (edited)

I had someone ask me for a script to get the required items from an XSD and print them to a csv file.

Below is a basic script to do that. Please keep in mind that there may be bugs and it might not work on all xsd files.

;AutoitXSDtool.au3, find required items in the XSD
 ; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ;
 ; AutoIt Version: 3.1.1.110
 ; Author:         Stephen Podhajecki eltorro
 ; Version: 0.1
 ;
 ; Script Function: find "required" items in the XSD, export data to csv
 ;
 ; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 #Include "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\include\_XMLDomMdi.au3"
 #Include <Array.au3>
 opt("MustDeclareVars", 1)
 ;===============================================================================
 Global $xsdFile
 Global $count = 0
 Global $sNxPath, $fHwnd
 Global $sOutFile = @ScriptDir & "\" & @ScriptName & ".csv"
 ;===============================================================================
 ;$xsdFile=@ScriptDir & "\Base_v2.xsd"
 $xsdFile = FileOpenDialog("Open XSD", @ScriptDir, "XSD (*.XSD)|XML (*.XML)", 1)
 If @error Then
     MsgBox(4096, "File Open", "No file chosen , Exiting")
     Exit
 EndIf
 
 Main()
 
 Exit
 
 ;===============================================================================
 ;Funcs
 ;===============================================================================
 
 Func Main()
     Local $sPath, $aNodeName, $find, $ns, $oXSD
     $ns = GetNameSpace()
     $oXSD = _XMLFileOpen ($xsdFile, $ns)
     If @error Or $oXSD < 1 Then
         MsgBox(0, "Error", "There was an error opening the file " & $xsdFile)
         $oXSD =0
         Exit
     EndIf
     GetNameSpace()
     $sPath = '.'
     $aNodeName = _XMLGetChildNodes ($sPath)
     If $aNodeName[0] > 0 Then
         For $find = 1 To $aNodeName[0]
             DrillDown($sPath & "/*" & '[' & $find & ']')
         Next
         If MsgBox(1, "Results", "There were " & $count & " required items." & @LF & _
                 "Output is in " & $sOutFile & @LF & @LF & _
                 "Click Ok to copy path to clipboard.") = 1 Then ClipPut($sOutFile)
         
     Else
         MsgBox(0, "Error:", "No nodes found for " & $sPath)
     EndIf
     $oXSD =0
 EndFunc  ;==>Main
 
 Func DrillDown($path)
     If $sNxPath = "" Then $sNxPath = $path
     Local $aNames[1], $aValues[1], $line = "", $retval, $sNodeName, $sData, $values, $sFndPath, $nc
     $retval = String(_XMLGetAttrib ($path, "use"))
     If $retval = "required" Then
         $count = $count + 1
         $sData = '"' & $path & '",'
         $values = _XMLGetAllAttrib ($path, $aNames, $aValues)
         For $y = 1 To UBound($aNames)
             $sData = $sData & '"' & $aValues[$y - 1] & '",'
         Next
         $sData = StringTrimRight($sData, 1)
         CSVOut($sData)
     EndIf
     $nc = _XMLGetNodeCount ($path & "/*")
     $sNodeName = _XMLSelectNodes ($path & "/*")
     
     If $nc > 0 Then
         For $iNxNode = 1 To $sNodeName[0]
             $sNxPath = $sNxPath & '/' & $sNodeName[$iNxNode] & '[' & $iNxNode & ']'
             $sFndPath = $path & '/*[' & $iNxNode & ']'
             DrillDown($sFndPath)
         Next
     Else
         $sNxPath = ""
     EndIf
 EndFunc  ;==>DrillDown
 
 Func CSVOut($sData)
     If FileExists($sOutFile) Then
         If $fHwnd = 0 Then
             FileDelete($sOutFile)
             $fHwnd = FileOpen($sOutFile, 9)
         EndIf
     Else
         $fHwnd = FileOpen($sOutFile, 9)
     EndIf
     If $fHwnd > 0 Then
         FileWriteLine($fHwnd, $sData)
     EndIf
 EndFunc  ;==>CSVOut
 
 Func GetNameSpace()
     Local $ns, $aAT[1], $aVl[1], $x, $ret,$oXSD
     $oXSD= _XMLFileOpen ($xsdFile)
     $ns = _XMLGetAllAttrib ("./*", $aAT, $aVl)
     If $ns <> 0 Then
         For $x = 0 To UBound($aAT) - 1
             If StringLeft($aAT[$x], 5) = "xmlns" Then $ret = $aAT[$x] & "='" & $aVl[$x] & "'"
         Next
     EndIf
     $oXSD =0 
     Return $ret
 EndFunc  ;==>GetNameSpace

I hope that someone will find it useful. :)

Steve

Edited by eltorro

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#53 ·  Posted (edited)

Wow, this XML stuff is giving me a headache.

First off here is the xml file I'm working with:

I want to turn it into something like this:

Basicly I want it to pull these values from //MACHINE/APPLICABLE

But if /MACHINE/APPLICABLE/EXPIRED == "True" then drop those.

NAME

KB_NUMBER

TYPE

SEVERITY

URL

I'm currently working on something, but if anyone could help out I'd be very greatful.

Okay, this is what I have so far:

#include <_XMLDomWrapper.au3>

$sXmlFile = "MAIND53B.xml"
$oOXml = _XMLFileOpen ($sXmlFile)
$cnt = _XMLGetNodeCount ('//MACHINE/APPLICABLE/*', "")

Dim $aAttrName[1], $aAttrValue[1]

For $i = 0 To $cnt - 1
    $ret = _XMLGetAllAttribIndex ("//MACHINE/APPLICABLE/*", $aAttrName, $aAttrValue, "", $i)
    If IsArray($aAttrName) Then
        _ArrayDisplay($aAttrName, "Attrib Names")
        _ArrayDisplay($aAttrValue, "Attrib Values")
    Else
        MsgBox(0, "Error", "No items found.")
        Exit
    EndIf
Next
Edited by big_daddy

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#54 ·  Posted (edited)

Here you go:

;MAIN53B.au3, find un-expired updates
 ; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ;
 ; AutoIt Version: 3.1.1.110
 ; Author:         Stephen Podhajecki eltorro
 ; Version: 0.1
 ;
 ; Script Function: find un-expired updates, export data to csv
 ;
 ; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 #Include "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\include\_XMLDomMdi.au3"
 #Include <Array.au3>
 ;_SetDebug(True)
 opt("MustDeclareVars", 1)
 ;===============================================================================
 Global $xmlFile
 Global $count = 0
 Global $sNxPath, $fHwnd
 Global $sOutFile = @ScriptDir & "\" & @ScriptName & ".csv";Change this to suit your needs
 ;===============================================================================
 ;$xsdFile=@ScriptDir & "\Base_v2.xsd"
 $xmlFile = FileOpenDialog("Open XML", @ScriptDir, "XML (*.XML)", 1)
 If @error Then
     MsgBox(4096, "File Open", "No file chosen , Exiting")
     Exit
 EndIf
 
 Main()
 
 Exit
 ;===============================================================================
 ;Funcs
 ;===============================================================================
 Func Main()
     Local $szXPath, $aNodeName, $find, $ns, $oXSD
     $ns = GetNameSpace()
     $oXSD = _XMLFileOpen ($xmlFile, $ns)
     If @error Or $oXSD < 1 Then
         MsgBox(0, "Error", "There was an error opening the file " & $xmlFile)
         $oXSD = 0
         Exit
     EndIf
     $szXPath = "//INVENTORY/*"
     $aNodeName = _XMLGetChildNodes ($szXPath)
     If $aNodeName <> - 1 Then
         For $find = 0 To $aNodeName[0]
             ConsoleWrite($aNodeName[$find])
             DrillDown($szXPath & "/*" & '[' & $find & ']')
         Next
         If MsgBox(1, "Results", "There were " & $count & " items found." & @LF & _
                 "Output is in " & $sOutFile & @LF & @LF & _
                 "Click Ok to copy path to clipboard.") = 1 Then ClipPut($sOutFile)
         
     Else
         MsgBox(0, "Error:", "No nodes found for " & $szXPath)
     EndIf
     $oXSD = 0
 EndFunc;==>Main
 
 Func GetNameSpace()
     Local $ns, $aAT[1], $aVl[1], $x, $ret, $oXSD
     $oXSD = _XMLFileOpen ($xmlFile)
     $ns = _XMLGetAllAttrib ("./*", $aAT, $aVl)
     If $ns <> 0 Then
         For $x = 0 To UBound($aAT) - 1
             If StringLeft($aAT[$x], 5) = "xmlns" Then $ret = $aAT[$x] & "='" & $aVl[$x] & "'"
         Next
     EndIf
     $oXSD = 0
     Return $ret
 EndFunc;==>GetNameSpace
 
 Func CSVCreate($szFileName, $sHeader)
     If FileExists($szFileName) Then
         If $fHwnd = 0 Then; if we don't have a handle then old file.
             FileDelete($sOutFile)
             $fHwnd = FileOpen($sOutFile, 9)
         EndIf
     Else
         $fHwnd = FileOpen($sOutFile, 9)
         
     EndIf
     If $fHwnd Then CSVOut($sHeader)
     Return $fHwnd
 EndFunc;==>CSVCreate
 
 Func CSVOut($sData)
     If $fHwnd > 0 Then
         FileWriteLine($fHwnd, $sData)
     EndIf
 EndFunc;==>CSVOut
 
 Func DrillDown($path)
     If $sNxPath = "" Then $sNxPath = $path
     Local $aNames[1], $aValues[1], $line = "", $retval, $sNodeName, $sData, $values, $sFndPath, $nc
     Local $y, $x, $sRet, $aSearch = _ArrayCreate ("NAME", "KB_NUMBER", "TYPE", "SEVERITY", "URL")
     $retval = String(_XMLGetAttrib ($path, "EXPIRED"))
     If $retval = "False" Then
         If Not $fHwnd Then CSVCreate($sOutFile, "Update Name,KB Number,Type,Severity,URL")
         $count = $count + 1
         $sData = ""
         $values = _XMLGetAllAttrib ($path, $aNames, $aValues)
     ;make csv for Update Name,KB Number,Type,Severity,URL
     ;if not @error then     _ArrayDisplay($aValues,"")
         For $x = 0 To 4
             $sRet = ""
         ;find attribute names we want and get the corresponding values
             For $y = 0 To UBound($aNames) - 1
                 If $aNames[$y] = $aSearch[$x] Then
                     $sRet = $aValues[$y]
                     ExitLoop
                 EndIf
             Next
             $sData = $sData & $sRet & ','
         Next
         $sData = StringTrimRight($sData, 1)
     ;CSVOut("["&$count&"]"&$sData)
         CSVOut($sData)
     EndIf
     $nc = _XMLGetNodeCount ($path & "/*")
     $sNodeName = _XMLSelectNodes ($path & "/*")
     
     If $nc > 0 Then
         For $iNxNode = 1 To $sNodeName[0]
             $sNxPath = $sNxPath & '/' & $sNodeName[$iNxNode] & '[' & $iNxNode & ']'
             $sFndPath = $path & '/*[' & $iNxNode & ']'
             DrillDown($sFndPath)
         Next
     Else
         $sNxPath = ""
     EndIf
 EndFunc;==>DrillDown

Change the $sOutFile to suit your needs

Edit:

The script runs the whole xml file.

to run applicable use

$szXPath = "//INVENTORY/MACHINE/APPLICABLE"

Edit: Added Autoit code tags

Steve

Edited by eltorro

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#55 ·  Posted

Here you go:

It worked perfectly! Thank you for the help.

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#56 ·  Posted

It worked perfectly! Thank you for the help.

Not a problem. Glad I could help. :)

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#57 ·  Posted (edited)

Really confused: Where is the download?

???

#)

EDIT: forget it, i figured it's _XMLMdiDOM.au3

Nice work! this goes into my "autoit scripts and scraps" folder!

Edited by nfwu

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#58 ·  Posted

I'd like to try my hand at making an rss reader (as a noob), but I'm unable to walk the xml tree in a rdf file, using the examples shown here already. So, after two days of trying, I'd figured I'd ask. Below I have a sample rss feed, that I like to parse into a two pane window (feed leafs on left with headlines, and article on right).

Here's a sample feed.

Thanks in Advance

=====START=====

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>

<rss version="2.0">

<channel>

<title>mysite.com</title>

<link>http://www.mysite.com/rssclick/?section=mysite_topstories</link>

<description>mysite.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more.</description>

<language>en-us</language>

<copyright>© 2006 musite.com.</copyright>

<pubDate>Mon, 03 Apr 2006 19:54:53 EDT</pubDate>

<ttl>5</ttl>

<image>

<title>xxx.com</title>

<link>http://www.mysite.com/rssclick/?section=mysite_topstories</link>

<url>http://i.mysite.net/mysite/.element/img/1.0/logo/mysite.logo.rss.gif</url>

<width>144</width>

<height>33</height>

<description>mysite.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more.</description>

</image>

<item>

<title>Moussaoui: God curse you all</title>

<link>http://www.mysite.com/rssclick/2006/LAW/04/03/moussaoui.verdict/index.html?section=mysite_topstories</link>

<description>Al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui is eligible for the death penalty, a federal jury decided Monday in the first U.S. trial about the September 11, 2001, attacks. Jurors agreed with prosecutors that his lies to FBI agents resulted in 9/11 deaths. After jurors left the courtroom, Moussaoui shouted, "You'll never get my blood. God curse you all."</description>

<pubDate>Mon, 03 Apr 2006 18:40:38 EDT</pubDate>

</item>

<item>

<title>Replacement organs grown from patients' own cells</title>

<link>http://www.mysite.com/rssclick/2006/HEALTH/conditions/04/03/engineered.organs/index.html?section=mysite_topstories</link>

<description>Kaitlyne McNamara no longer worries about feeling different at school.</description>

<pubDate>Mon, 03 Apr 2006 18:32:04 EDT</pubDate>

</item>

</channel>

</rss>

======END=========

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#59 ·  Posted

Answered your question here... in the future, if you've tried something... post what you've tried, otherwise all you say you've done is just "words" :). http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...ndpost&p=168994


[center]Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.[/center]

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#60 ·  Posted

Thanks for the help. I'll try it.....

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