I have the following simple structure that I want to get the contents out for each element:
<SubChapterTag>"Sub Chapter 1"</SubChapterTag>
<SubChapterTag>"Sub Chapter 2"</SubChapterTag>
<SubChapterTag>"Sub Chapter 2 More"</SubChapterTag>
(Yes, the ChapterTag and the SubChapterTag are on the same level)
With the following lines of code, I can *successfully* get each of the tag names:
var myDocument = app.documents.item(0);
var arrayOfTagNames = myDocument.xmlTags.everyItem().name;
>>> Array loop lists out:
However, I am stumped as to now getting the contents, or data for each of these tag elements! I want to get all instances of contents, including the two instances of ChapterTag and SubChapterTag to get a similar list like:
Sub Chapter 1
Sub Chapter 2
Sub Chapter 2 More"
I thought that the following code would get me close:
var arrayOfTagContents = mydocument.xmlElements.everyItem.getElements().
But alas, I confess that somehow I am not operating on the correct object. Does anyone have a solution for me (aside from XMLRules) to solve this dilemma of getting the contents out? I am not resistant to XMLRules, but I want to know why I cannot seem to get contents for each tag element when I can get the name for the tags.
My thanks in advance.
var arrayOfTagContents = mydocument.xmlElements.everyItem().xmlContent
might get you started.