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I'm using SelectNodes from XMLDocument (In access 2003) in order to read all of the Nodes contained in the file, but I'm having some problems to get the second and third nodes in a loop.

When using this vb code, I receive two records of the first node ("//body2")
And go on to the rest of the xml, how do I get the individual values?


The xml doc start like :  
 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
- <form1>
      &
      &
- <section2>
  <header2 xmlns:xfa="http://www...../schema/xfa-data/1.0/" xfa:dataNode="dataGroup" />
- <body2>
  <contactPhone>07493153</contactPhone>
  <nameOfSchool>Ffff SCHOOL</nameOfSchool>
  <position>PRINCIPAL</position>
  <type>1</type>
  <givenNames>LEISA</givenNames>
  <surname>NEATON</surname>
  <employeeNo>2145</employeeNo>
  <fullName>LEISA NEATON</fullName>
  <location>School based</location>
  </body2>
- <body2>
  <contactPhone>07493153</contactPhone>
  <nameOfSchool>Fasdf</nameOfSchool>
  <position>TEACHER</position>
  <type>1</type>
  <givenNames>Barak</givenNames>
  <surname>OBAMA</surname>
  <employeeNo>2189</employeeNo>
  <fullName>Barak OBAMA</fullName>
  <location>School based</location>
  </body2>
  <addBody2 xmlns:xfa="http://www...../schema/xfa-data/1.0/" xfa:dataNode="dataGroup" />
  <Validate2 xmlns:xfa="http://www..../schema/xfa-data/1.0/" xfa:dataNode="dataGroup" />
  </section2>

&
&


    For Each nodeR In xmlFile.selectNodes("//body2")
        rst.AddNew
        rst!fldAppID = AppID
        rst!fldsName = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//surname").Text
        rst!fldgNames = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//givenNames").Text
        rst!fldPosition = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//position").Text
        rst!fldEORC = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//type").Text
        rst!fldEmployeeID = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//employeeNo").Text
        rst!fldPh = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//contactPhone").Text
        rst!fldSchoolDepartm = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//nameOfSchool").Text
        rst.Update
    Next nodeR


...
 Dim nodeR As IXMLDOMNode
 
    For Each nodeR In xmlFile.selectNodes("//body2")
        rst.AddNew
        rst!fldAppID = AppID
        rst!fldsName = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//surname").Text
        rst!fldgNames = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//givenNames").Text
        rst!fldPosition = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//position").Text
        rst!fldEORC = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//type").Text
        rst!fldEmployeeID = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//employeeNo").Text
        rst!fldPh = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//contactPhone").Text
        rst!fldSchoolDepartm = nodeR.selectSingleNode("//nameOfSchool").Text
        rst.Update
    Next nodeR

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please move this question in VB zone.

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