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remember that the variable "myXML" represents your xml document starting at the root so by typing
your actually saying
you probably just want
Here is a fairly complex example that retrieves an xml file from the server, lets the user edit it, and then saves the file back to the server.
Thanks to both of you.
ctzn99: I tried that as well, after realizing my mistake. However, it still does not work. I'm certain I have the path right, but nothing is set (or in other cases, returned). Even when I use myXML.fiHeader..., It creates a new fiHeader node and the corresponding nodes underneath it.
ntsiii: That's a very complex example, like you said... almost overkill for my problem?
Try explicitly using the text() node:
Thanks, but that doesn't seem to make any difference either.
Post a simple, runnable example.