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How to call webservice in javascript

 
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Hi,

Iam using Kony5.0 for developing mobile app.so we are using javascript and webservice.

requirement is iterate the xml structure from webservice call using javascript.

I need to iterate the value from the for loop and putting in to array.


inside the header element , data1,data2,data3 sub element will come dynamically..means some time will come data5,some time 20 also.


I want header1 and data1,data2,data3....datan value putting into ar[0]....and similarly headern and data1,,datan

how to achive this/how the fetch the webservice data in javascript. please help me.





pleasae refer the below xml file structure.

ex

for(var hcnt=0;hcnt<xmlhcnt;hcnt++)
{

}



xml structure



Thanks,



 
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I hate dealing with XML.

But one way that seems to be fairly easy is to use jQuery. You can specify the XML documents as the context and use CSS selectors to select elements in the XML DOM just like you would an HTML DOM.
 
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