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Posted on 2006-04-10
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Hi,
How do I read the value of the BookStatusCode  attribute using VB 6 on the XML below.  
This is the code that i have so far for that part:

Dim oXMLDoc          As DOMDocument40
Dim oXMLDomNode      As IXMLDOMNode        
   
Set oXMLDoc = New DOMDocument40
bValidXML = oXMLDoc.loadXML(aRequestXML)


 

******************This is a sample of the XML***************************
<BizTalk>
      <Body>
            <Loan="CONSUMER" schemaVersion="11.0.0" trackingNumber="001500001">
                  <TransferRequest>
                        <BookCode="PENDING" BookStatusCode="INITIATED" classCode="OPEN" >
                              <dateOfLoan>04/03/2006</dateOfLoan>
                                            </BookCode>
                                                                 <CustomerProfile customerRole="APPLICANT" member="TRUE" prefillStatus="SUCCESS" roleConsent="TRUE">
                              <BasicInformation>
                                    <CustomerName>
                                          <IndividualName>
                                                <firstName prefillValue="exmaple">exmaple</firstName>
                                                <lastName prefillValue="exmaple">exmaple</lastName>
                                                <middleName prefillValue="A">A</middleName>
                                          </IndividualName>
                                    </CustomerName>
                              </BasicInformation>
                                                                </CustomerProfile>      
                                                 </TransferRequest>
            </Loan>
                 </Body>
</BizTalk>


Thanks a lot,
Chicho
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Something like:

    Dim oNode As IXMLDomNode
    Set oNode = oXMLDoc.selectSingleNode("/BizTalk/Body/Loan/TransferRequest/BookCode")

    MsgBox oNode.attributes.getNamedItem("BookStatusCode").Text


Although, the XML you posted is badly formed. Either that was a typo, or you need to revise your XML.

For example, this line: <BookCode="PENDING" BookStatusCode="INITIATED" classCode="OPEN" >

is invalid. You cannot have ="PENDING" on a node name, it needs to be an attribute.
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by:chicho12
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It works,

THanks

Chicho
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