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I am using a server API that returns XML. Lets say I get the following XML back on a login attempt, how can i check to see if the
<CreateTicketReply url="http://www.abc.com/contoso?ticket=z46tc3gvfwvo"/> node it there.  If it is there, I want to get the value of the url.

<ConfCenter authUser="xxx" authPassword="xxxx">
  <CreateTicketRequest
    <GeneralLoginContext userID="userID"/>
    <CreateTicketReply url="http://www.abc.com/contoso?ticket=z46tc3gvfwvo"/>
  </CreateTicketRequest>
</ConfCenter>

thanks for your time!

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Razzie_ earned 250 total points
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Hi jrmcdona,

This should work:

XmlNode node = xmlDocument.SelectSingleNode("//CreateTicketReply/CreateTicketRequest/CreateTicketReply");
if(node != null)
   Console.WriteLine("The value of the url = " + node.Attributes["url"].Value);
else
   Console.WriteLine("The url node doesn't exist!");

HTH,

Razzie
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by:jrmcdona
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thanks for your help!

that got it working for me.
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