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Delphi & XML: Inserting a node to the in-memory IXMLDOMNodeList

rfwoolf asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-09
Hi all

Let's say I load an XML file, I then extract some nodes into a IXMLDOMNodeList and now I want to add a node somewhere in the middle of the IXMLDOMNodeList?

Here's an example:

Let's say I have an XML file like this:
  <LoopItem file="Casablanca.mpg" />
  <LoopItem file="StarWars.mpg" />
  <LoopItem file="PanicRoom.mpg" />

and some code like this:


  LoopNodes : IXMLDOMNodeList;

  XML := CoDOMDocument.create;
  xml.async := false; //What the hell does this do?


  LoopNodes := XML.getElementsByTagName('LoopItem');

This is the pseudocode of what I want to do:
  LoopNodes.InsertNode(2, '<LoopItem file="MinorityReport.mpg" />');
  //Insert into node position 2 the node '<LoopItem file="MinorityReport.mpg" />'
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