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Executing an XPATH query on an xmlDocument variable Hide the details
xpathResult variable containing the result of the XPATH query. Reading the result: The IsValue property allows you to know if the result is a value. For a selection query (the result is not a value), the xpathResult variable must be browsed. For a calculation query (the result is a value), the Value property reads the result.
Name of the xmlDocument variable containing the XML code to analyze.
Text of the XPath query to execute.
Executing an XPATH query on an XML document (syntax kept for backward compatibility) Hide the details
True if the query was executed,False otherwise or if no element corresponds to the query.Reading the result: For a selection query, if the XPATH query has been executed, the XML search functions are used to browse the result of the XPATH query.For a calculation query, XMLResult is used to read the result.
Name of the XML document used. This document contains the XML code to study and it was created by XMLDocument.
Syntax 2: Executing an XPATH query on an XML document: Reading the result of the query
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Last update: 05/26/2022
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