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XPath Example 8. - //*[name()='BBB']
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XPath Example 5. - //@id
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A key aspect of dealing with XML documents is to be able to easily access their content. XPath, a W3C recommendation since 1999, provides an easy notation for specifying and selecting parts of an XML document.
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Pathan 2 Build Documentation
Pathan 2 has been built on Windows, Solaris 7 and Linux. The code has been written with portability in mind and uses the GNU autotools and hence should be portable with minimal changes to most UNIX systems.
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The Sparta XPath expression languages is a subset of the full Xpath grammar. It supports only the abbreviated syntax.
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Evaluate XPath Expressions
The following code uses JAXP DOM along with SAXON to load a local XML document, and evaluate an XPath expression. It first tries to tries to get result as a node-set. If XPath results in a node-set, NodeEnumeration is used to iterate over the nodes. SAXON throws XPathException if the expression does not result in a node-set (for example, XPath expression like count(/options/option). In such cases, the following code uses evaluateAsString - which can also convert from integer or boolean to string.
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The following examples illustrate the use of location paths.
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Specifying Boolean-Valued Predicates in XPath Queries
The following examples show how Boolean-valued predicates are specified in XPath queries. The XPath queries in these examples are specified against the mapping schema contained in SampleSchema1.xml. For information about this sample schema, see Sample XPath Queries.
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Use XPath to find nodes anywhere in an XML file
This code pulls out the second author from all books. There are other XPath examples for you to get the hang of the syntax. You realize that this is more powerful than SQL on RDBMS (in SQL server, for instance, you can't just search for any field anywhere in any table for certain data). Very nice, very useful for setup files, settings files, lots of applications for this.
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Specifying Relational Operators in XPath Queries
The following examples show how relational operators are specified in XPath queries. The XPath queries in these examples are specified against the mapping schema contained in SampleSchema1.xml. For information about this sample schema, see Sample XPath Queries.
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Specifying Explicit Conversion Functions in XPath Queries
The following examples show how explicit conversion functions are specified in XPath queries. The XPath queries in these examples are specified against the mapping schema contained in SampleSchema1.xml. For information about this sample schema, see Sample XPath Queries.
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An absolute location path starts with a slash ( / ) and a relative location path does not. In both cases the location path consists of one or more location steps, each separated by a slash:
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Collections returned by XML Path Language (XPath) queries preserve document order, hierarchy, and identity, to the extent that these are defined. That is, a collection of elements is returned in document order without repeated elements. Because by definition attributes are unordered, there is no implicit order to attributes returned for a specific element.
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Advanced XPath expressions with Examples
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XML, the eXtensible Markup Language, is rapidly being adopted as the global standard format for representing and exchanging information. Around the world many industries, such as electronic publishing, portals, electronic marketplaces and supply chains, are adopting XML as a cross-platform, vendor-neutral solution for integration.
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Some XPath examples
These examples illustrate some potentially useful applications of the Select XPath feature (under the Edit menu) in Arboreal, when working with Archimedes Project texts.
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A few examples of XPath expressions and their results are shown below. These examples use the CompanyLast.xml file available in the ..\Examples\Tutorial folder supplied with XMLSPY 2004.
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This topic reviews the syntax examples that appear throughout the XPath Reference. All are based on the Sample XML File for XPath Syntax (inventory.xml). For an example of using an XPath expression in a test file, see Example of Unions ( | ), at the bottom of this topic.
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XPATH Examples - Oracle Parser
Traversing the DOM using XPATH is much easier than writing all of the node traversal logic yourself - there is less code and therefore fewer bugs. On the other hand, the DOM is faster than XPATH so only use it when it will replace a lot of code.
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