I am pulling my hair out trying to figure out how to populate a NodeList object with all the YEARS from this following xml document.
I will pass the sFile variable to the object
I want all the "Survey year" nodes from the Structure Name
This is the VBA routine that i have. I am already loaded the XML file
Dim oYearNodeList As MSXML2.IXMLDOMNodeList
Dim sfile As String 'FileSystemObject
myXML.validateOnParse = False
sfile = ActiveDesignFile.Name
Set myXElem = myXML.documentElement
On Error GoTo BADTHINGS
Set oYearNodeList = myXML.selectNodes("Bridge_Scour/Structure[@Name='" & sfile & "']/Surveys[@year= " * "]
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