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when working with a WDDX packet is there a way to loop through the fieldNames

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I would like to be able to loop through the fieldnames of a wddx packet and place them into a strcut.  

I use this line to convert it back to cfm <cfwddx action="wddx2cfml" input="#wddxPacket#" output="orders">

So how do I use this to loop through the fieldnames?
<wddxPacket version='1.0'><header/><data><struct><var name='Customer_Addresses'><recordset rowCount='1' fieldNames='STRTABLE,GUIDADDRESSID,GUIDCUSTOMERID,INTADDRESSTYPE,TXTCOMPANYNAME,TXTNAME,TXTADDRESS1,TXTADDRESS2,TXTADDRESS3,TXTCITY,TXTSTATE,TXTZIP,INTCOUNTRYID,TXTPHONE,TXTFAX,TXTEMAIL,DATCREATED' type='coldfusion.sql.QueryTable'>
<field name='STRTABLE'>
<string>Customer_Addresses</string></field><field name='GUIDADDRESSID'><string>1c570882-c506-4b20-8a0b-55c58c5b33ef</string></field><field name='GUIDCUSTOMERID'><string>583d703a-75c9-412f-aaef-fcfac72d095d</string></field><field name='INTADDRESSTYPE'><number>0.0</number></field><field name='TXTCOMPANYNAME'><string></string></field><field name='TXTNAME'><string>michael thompson</string></field><field name='TXTADDRESS1'><string>235 s. bebe</string></field><field name='TXTADDRESS2'><string></string></field><field name='TXTADDRESS3'><string></string></field><field name='TXTCITY'><string>wichita</string></field><field name='TXTSTATE'><string>KS</string></field><field name='TXTZIP'><string>67209</string></field><field name='INTCOUNTRYID'><number>1.0</number></field><field name='TXTPHONE'><string>3169450278</string></field><field name='TXTFAX'><string></string></field><field name='TXTEMAIL'><string></string></field><field name='DATCREATED'><dateTime>2008-8-6T20:14:1-5:0</dateTime></field></recordset></var>

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When you use cfwddx to convert the wddx to cfml it automatically creates a structure with the variable name you specify in the output parameter. based on your wddx packet it looks like it would create a coldfusion structure named orders that has a structkey of customer_addresses that contains a query result set. You could loop through that result set like this:


<cfwddx action="CFML2WDDX" input="#mywddxstring#"  output="orders">
 
<cfoutput query="orders.Customer_Addresses">
#orders.Customer_Addresses.STRTABLE#<bt>
#orders.Customer_Addresses.GUIDADDRESSID#<br>
#orders.Customer_Addresses.GUIDCUSTOMERID#<br><br>
</cfoutput>

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