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How do I remove an attribute with MSXML?

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Hi,

    I'm returning a iXMLDOMNodeList from the selectNodes method and each of these is an attribute.

     I need to be able to loop through this list, deleting each attribute as I go. Anyone, know how I can achieve this?

Cheers,

Nik
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If you want a complate working answer, please post the selectNodes statement and show some example XML..

Do you also need to know how to loop through the Nodelist or just how to remove an attribute (RemoveAttributeNode should do it !) ??

Mike.
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It's OK, I've just changed the XPath to return the nodes which have a particular attribute, rather than the attribute itself. That way I can delete from the Node's attribute collection.

Any idea how I go about deleting a question these days??!
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