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skibumm101

I have some XML (21 nodes with values) and am parsing it. here is the code thats giving me fits

$node = _XMLGetChildNodes("Test_Case")
$value = _XMLGetField("Test_Case")

    
_ArrayDisplay($node,"NODE")
_ArrayDisplay($value,"VALUE")

The first array $node behaves as expected, it gives me an array of 21 values which are the node names.

the second array $value gives me an array of 1 where all 21 values are stored in that cell

is this expected behavior?

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skibumm101

since this got buried pretty fast im bumping it. Should i be asking this somewhere else? also since im a new in the forums, i hope bumping isn't a fopa

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since this got buried pretty fast im bumping it. Should i be asking this somewhere else? also since im a new in the forums, i hope bumping isn't a fopa

you could post your XML data, so we can verify what you are saying...


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skibumm101

Here is my xml

nothing fancy just nodes with data

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<Test_Case>
<id>Help - About ~ OK</id>
<test_title>2</test_title>
<test_duration>00:00</test_duration>
<test_type>[None Selected]</test_type>
<test_phase>[None Selected]</test_phase>
<create_date>20070412</create_date>
<create_time>16:58:18</create_time>
<update_date>20070515</update_date>
<update_time>08:44:21</update_time>
<create_user_id>CGH</create_user_id>
<update_user_id>JV</update_user_id>
<rec_test_configs></rec_test_configs>
<test_resources></test_resources>
<prerequisites></prerequisites>
<test_description><![CDATA[Click<br>cmdOk]]></test_description>
<test_result></test_result>
<notes1></notes1>
<notes2></notes2>
<external_link></external_link>
<priority>2</priority>
<requirement>3.5</requirement>
</Test_Case>

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finds all the correct values, but puts all values in element [1]

I expect the _XMLGetField to return an array with each value an element

But, maybe i am wrong in the expected behavior

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PsaltyDS

finds all the correct values, but puts all values in element [1]

I expect the _XMLGetField to return an array with each value an element

But, maybe i am wrong in the expected behavior

You might want to post this to eltorro's topic for the XmlDomWrapper. He's been very responsive in that topic.

:rolleyes:


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