Using "FindNodes" function from CU 6224

AitorEGAitorEG Posts: 240Member
hi everyone,
I'm having a small isuue using the "FindNodes" function.

I get an XML like this:

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I have to get all the "depotCode" nodes in one list. I was firstly using
XMLDomMgmt.FindNodes(locautXmlDoc,'//labelResponse/consignment/consignmentLabelData/transitDepots/transitDepot/depotCode',xmlNodeList);

but I was loosing the node under "sortDepot". I tried to use
XMLDomMgmt.FindNodes(locautXmlDoc,'//labelResponse/consignment/consignmentLabelData/transitDepots/../depotCode',xmlNodeList);

But of course, I don't get anything, because there are no ".." nodes.
Is there any way to map together all the nodes under "transitDepot" and "sortDepot" ? They should be toghether, becasue i have to take them in order...

Thnak you very much

Best Answer

  • AitorEGAitorEG Posts: 240
    Accepted Answer
    Thank yoou,

    I've solved with
    XMLDomMgmt.FindNodes(locautXmlDoc,'//labelResponse/consignment/consignmentLabelData/transitDepots//depotCode',xmlNodeList);
    

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  • Slawek_GuzekSlawek_Guzek Posts: 1,516Member
    edited 2018-01-11
    Start from some online XPath checker, I'm using this one: https://www.freeformatter.com/xpath-tester.html

    Paster your XML in there, paste your selection XPath and see what's coming up

    There is a bunch of sample XPath expressions on the freeformatter site. They are helping with understanding the syntax and build more advanced selections
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  • AitorEGAitorEG Posts: 240Member
    Accepted Answer
    Thank yoou,

    I've solved with
    XMLDomMgmt.FindNodes(locautXmlDoc,'//labelResponse/consignment/consignmentLabelData/transitDepots//depotCode',xmlNodeList);
    

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