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Flash with XML in 2 scenes!!!

Posted on 2004-08-14
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iam trying to make a movie contains 2 scenes
the frist one contains 5 movieclips when i click any one i go to the next scene with a vriable with an xml file name.
in the scond scene i use the name of the xml file i got from the frist scene to load data in the scond scene.
U can c what i mean in this link

http://www.midoco.com/22222.swf

Click the frist image 2 C
i know its easy but there is problem :(
can any one help???
an example will be good please
Thanks alot and waiting.....
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here is the FLA file

http://www.midoco.com/22222.fla
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hi there.

In your processBook function, does your xml actually get parsed? Have you tried tracing it to see?

i.e. trace(xmlDoc_xml.firstChild.childNodes[0].firstChild.nodeValue);

if this doesn't pull in the values you're looking for you'll need to post your xml doc.
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tracing have no results :(
i tryed it be4
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Hi  blue-genie
i got it
but i must give u the pionts
 u r the only one try to help me :)
thx any way
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