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making XPATH with namespace in the root

Hi...
im getting NULL in the value of the xmlnode.
when i delete the namespace is working.
how can i get the value? should i use namespace manager?
i prefer that xpath wont contain the namespaces.
i need to know if there is at least one "status" element with "false" value.
10x

XmlDocument xmldoc = new XmlDocument();
            string xml = "<UpdateXIResponse xmlns='http://Global.Schemas.ScmUpdateXIResponse'><interface_seq>interface_seq_0</interface_seq><interface_name>interface_name_0</interface_name><interface_datetime>interface_datetime_0</interface_datetime><Data><Seq_num>Seq_num_0</Seq_num><Ifc_Date>Ifc_Date_0</Ifc_Date><Status>False</Status><Failure_code>Failure_code_0</Failure_code><Failure_Reason>Failure_Reason_0</Failure_Reason>";
            xml += "</Data><Data><Seq_num>Seq_num_0</Seq_num><Ifc_Date>Ifc_Date_0</Ifc_Date><Status>True</Status><Failure_code>Failure_code_0</Failure_code><Failure_Reason>Failure_Reason_0</Failure_Reason></Data></UpdateXIResponse>";
            xmldoc.LoadXml(xml);

       
            XmlNode xNode = xmldoc.SelectSingleNode("//UpdateXIResponse/Data[Status='False']");
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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
yes,

you have three optons
- change the source XML and remove the namespace
- use a namespace manager
- make your XPath namespace independent:
              //*[local-name() = 'UpdateXIResponse']/*[local-name() = 'Data'][*[local-name() = 'Status']/text()='False']

+ the namespace independent XPath is slower
+ I don't like changing a source XML
+ namespace manager is the cleanest solution

cheers

Geert
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eladrAuthor Commented:
how can i use the namespace manager?...
can u send me some simple example?
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eladrAuthor Commented:
in the addnamespace method i need 2 supply prefix which i dont have in the document...
the namespace is global.
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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
if there isn't a prefix, the prefix is the empty string
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eladrAuthor Commented:
Not working...

here the code:

XmlDocument xmldoc = new XmlDocument();
            string xml = "<UpdateXIResponse xmlns='http://CoIns.Global.Schemas.ScmUpdateXIResponse'><interface_seq>interface_seq_0</interface_seq><interface_name>interface_name_0</interface_name><interface_datetime>interface_datetime_0</interface_datetime><Data><Seq_num>Seq_num_0</Seq_num><Ifc_Date>Ifc_Date_0</Ifc_Date><Status>False</Status><Failure_code>Failure_code_0</Failure_code><Failure_Reason>Failure_Reason_0</Failure_Reason>";
            xml += "</Data><Data><Seq_num>Seq_num_0</Seq_num><Ifc_Date>Ifc_Date_0</Ifc_Date><Status>True</Status><Failure_code>Failure_code_0</Failure_code><Failure_Reason>Failure_Reason_0</Failure_Reason></Data></UpdateXIResponse>";
            xmldoc.LoadXml(xml);
 
            XmlNamespaceManager xmlnsm = new XmlNamespaceManager(xmldoc.NameTable);
            xmlnsm.AddNamespace(string.Empty,"http://CoIns.Global.Schemas.ScmUpdateXIResponse");
            int linesCount = xmldoc.SelectNodes("//UpdateXIResponse/Data", xmlnsm).Count;
            XmlNode xNode = xmldoc.SelectSingleNode("//UpdateXIResponse/Data[Status='False']",xmlnsm);

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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
you could add a random prefix
(that is what usually happens)

xmlnsm.AddNamespace("resp","http://CoIns.Global.Schemas.ScmUpdateXIResponse");

XmlNode xNode = xmldoc.SelectSingleNode("//resp:UpdateXIResponse/resp:Data[resp:Status='False']",xmlnsm);
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eladrAuthor Commented:
thanks
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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
welcome
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