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How can I convert this into a query object?

                  <ActiveContracts Contract="SP010000D0347" DeliveryOrder="0126" CLIN="0034AA" Qty="144" UnitOfIssue="PR" NSN="8405010760772" DeliveryDate="" ProjectCode="" Requisition="              " RequisitionSuffix="" ShipToDoDAAC="UY3246" DistrCode="" PriorityCode="" AwardDate="01/01/2003" FastPayCode="N" AdminOffice="S0701A" UnitPrice="12.00000" QtyVarianceAllowed=".00000" InspectionPoint="S" AcceptancePoint="S" FOBPoint="D" DiscountCode="0000" PayOffice="SC0100" GFMUnitPrice=".00000" BailmentCode="" BuyerName="" BuyerPhone="" BuyerEmail="" CaseLotQty="12"/>

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by:DanielSKim
ID: 16965202
is this what you are looking for?

<cfset xmlString = '<ActiveContracts Contract="SP010000D0347" DeliveryOrder="0126" CLIN="0034AA" Qty="144" UnitOfIssue="PR" NSN="8405010760772" DeliveryDate="" ProjectCode="" Requisition="              " RequisitionSuffix="" ShipToDoDAAC="UY3246" DistrCode="" PriorityCode="" AwardDate="01/01/2003" FastPayCode="N" AdminOffice="S0701A" UnitPrice="12.00000" QtyVarianceAllowed=".00000" InspectionPoint="S" AcceptancePoint="S" FOBPoint="D" DiscountCode="0000" PayOffice="SC0100" GFMUnitPrice=".00000" BailmentCode="" BuyerName="" BuyerPhone="" BuyerEmail="" CaseLotQty="12"/>' />

<cfset myXmlAttributes = xmlParse(xmlString).xmlRoot.xmlAttributes />
<cfset myQueryObject = QueryNew(StructKeyList(myXmlAttributes)) />
<cfset QueryAddRow(myQueryObject) />

<cfloop collection="#myXmlAttributes#" item="a">
      <cfset QuerySetCell(myQueryObject, a, myXmlAttributes[a]) />
</cfloop>
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by:cottyengland
ID: 16967973
YEs it is but how do I parse more than 1 record.. for example

<ActiveContracts Contract="SP010000D0347" DeliveryOrder="0126" CLIN="0034AA" Qty="144" UnitOfIssue="PR" NSN="8405010760772" DeliveryDate="" ProjectCode="" Requisition="              " RequisitionSuffix="" ShipToDoDAAC="UY3246" DistrCode="" PriorityCode="" AwardDate="01/01/2003" FastPayCode="N" AdminOffice="S0701A" UnitPrice="12.00000" QtyVarianceAllowed=".00000" InspectionPoint="S" AcceptancePoint="S" FOBPoint="D" DiscountCode="0000" PayOffice="SC0100" GFMUnitPrice=".00000" BailmentCode="" BuyerName="" BuyerPhone="" BuyerEmail="" CaseLotQty="12"/>
ActiveContracts Contract="SP010000D0347" DeliveryOrder="0126" CLIN="0034AA" Qty="144" UnitOfIssue="PR" NSN="8405010760772" DeliveryDate="" ProjectCode="" Requisition="              " RequisitionSuffix="" ShipToDoDAAC="UY3246" DistrCode="" PriorityCode="" AwardDate="01/01/2003" FastPayCode="N" AdminOffice="S0701A" UnitPrice="12.00000" QtyVarianceAllowed=".00000" InspectionPoint="S" AcceptancePoint="S" FOBPoint="D" DiscountCode="0000" PayOffice="SC0100" GFMUnitPrice=".00000" BailmentCode="" BuyerName="" BuyerPhone="" BuyerEmail="" CaseLotQty="12"/>

I see the cfloop collecting the data elements.... where or how would you use cfloop to loop through "ActiveContracts". I could have as many as 100 seperate "ActiveContracts" in an XML.

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DanielSKim earned 500 total points
ID: 16968397
I'm assuming you have a root element for the xml, meaning the full xml for two ActiveContracts elements would look like this:

<cfset xmlString = '<rootName><ActiveContracts Contract="SP010000D0347" DeliveryOrder="0126" CLIN="0034AA" Qty="144" UnitOfIssue="PR" NSN="8405010760772" DeliveryDate="" ProjectCode="" Requisition="              " RequisitionSuffix="" ShipToDoDAAC="UY3246" DistrCode="" PriorityCode="" AwardDate="01/01/2003" FastPayCode="N" AdminOffice="S0701A" UnitPrice="12.00000" QtyVarianceAllowed=".00000" InspectionPoint="S" AcceptancePoint="S" FOBPoint="D" DiscountCode="0000" PayOffice="SC0100" GFMUnitPrice=".00000" BailmentCode="" BuyerName="" BuyerPhone="" BuyerEmail="" CaseLotQty="12"/><ActiveContracts Contract="SP010000D0347" DeliveryOrder="0126" CLIN="0034AA" Qty="144" UnitOfIssue="PR" NSN="8405010760772" DeliveryDate="" ProjectCode="" Requisition="              " RequisitionSuffix="" ShipToDoDAAC="UY3246" DistrCode="" PriorityCode="" AwardDate="01/01/2003" FastPayCode="N" AdminOffice="S0701A" UnitPrice="12.00000" QtyVarianceAllowed=".00000" InspectionPoint="S" AcceptancePoint="S" FOBPoint="D" DiscountCode="0000" PayOffice="SC0100" GFMUnitPrice=".00000" BailmentCode="" BuyerName="" BuyerPhone="" BuyerEmail="" CaseLotQty="12"/></rootName>' />

If not, just concatenate an opening and closing root tag to the entire string (in the above example, is used "rootName"). Then the following should work:

<cfif isXML(xmlString)>

      <cfset myXmlChildren = xmlParse(xmlString).xmlRoot.xmlChildren />
      <cfset myQueryObject = QueryNew(StructKeyList(myXmlChildren[1].xmlAttributes)) />
      
      <cfloop from="1" to="#ArrayLen(myXmlChildren)#" index="i">
      
            <cfset myXmlAttributes = myXmlChildren[i].xmlAttributes />
            <cfset QueryAddRow(myQueryObject) />
            
            <cfloop collection="#myXmlAttributes#" item="a">
                  <cfset QuerySetCell(myQueryObject, a, myXmlAttributes[a], i) />
            </cfloop>
            
      </cfloop>
      
</cfif>
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by:cottyengland
ID: 16969274
You are very good. Thank You
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