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Xpath Expression correction

 
Jose Campana
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Hello There!

It's a pleasure to be posting here, and well, I have a problem I can't figure out on my own, So I hope somebody can Help Me.

Here's the deal:

I need to correct an XPath expression I'm building so that it selects ALL the FIELD elements in the Following XML:

<?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?>
<GROUP ID="060451" Name="CIE">
<TX>
<FIELD Format="X(17)" ID="DefaultString1" />
<FIELD Format="XX" ID="DefaultString2" />
<FIELD Format="9(5)" ID="DefInteger1" />
</TX>
</GROUP>
So far my expression looks like this:

/GROUP/TX/FIELD/@ID

But it only CAPTURES the First FIELD element...
To clarify, I use this snippet:


And it only prints out DefaultString1, and I need to get it to print:
DefaultString1
DefaultString2
DefInteger1

like in a loop, so that I can store each value in a String array.

Could anybody Please help Me, I'm really in need... I have tried many different ways to make it work, but I haven't been successful yet.

I wish good luck to everyone reading this post,
Best Regards,
Jose
 
Jose Campana
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Al right Guys,

I figured this one out on my own..

Thanks anyways !

Take care !

Your Friend,
Jose
 
Ilja Preuss
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Nice to see that you have worked it out!

So, how did you do it?
 
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