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angelin precilla
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Hi all,

I am getting null value for xmldoc and Root.
I think my xml file is not reading correctly from the location....

Refer to my xml also....


Can anyone help me in parsing this file

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William Brogden
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I am getting null value for xmldoc and Root.


You need to consult the truly marvelous table in the org.w3c.dom.Node documentation. There you will find that Document elements and Element objects return null as the nodeValue() - that is why your output says "null"
Your Document is getting created, you are just using the wrong method to look at it.

Bill


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angelin precilla
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I am new to this parsing....
Can you help me to solve this this problem...
could you please provide me the solution
angelin precilla
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I am getting the exception
 
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