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XML Must Contain a Top Level Element using VBA

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I have no idea what I'm doing with this XML.  I've found examples and I'm trying to figure it out as I go.  However, I'm getting an error that the xml must contain a top level element.

Private Sub SupplierOrderNumber_DblClick(Cancel As Integer)
If Me.Supplier = "Green" Then
    GoToWebSite ("https://www.dealerease.net/catalog/myaccount/orders-view.asp?ret_id=140067&orderid=" & SupplierOrderNumber)
ElseIf Me.Supplier = "BNF" Then
        Dim wRequest As String
       Dim wResult As String
       Dim strpage As String
   
   'wRequest = "<Username>" & TEST_USERID & "</Username>" & _
               "<Password>" & TEST_PSWORD & "</Password>" & _
               "<Email>info@domain.be</Email>" & _
               "<UserPassword>Password2</UserPassword>" & _
               "<NewPassword></NewPassword>" & _
               "<ExternalID></ExternalID>" & _
               "<Name>Mastercar</Name>" & _
               "<Address>2313 Some st</Address>" & _
               "<Zipcode>3500</Zipcode>" & _
               "<City>Someplace</City>" & _
               "<Country>be</Country>" & _
               "<Language>nl</Language>" & _
               "<Phone>011/xx.xx.xx</Phone>" & _
               "<Homepage>http://www.domain.be</Homepage>" & _
               "<RemoteAddress></RemoteAddress>" & _
               "<AgreeConditions>1</AgreeConditions>"
        strpage = "https://www.bnfusa.com/xml_xchange/inv/post.lasso/"
         wRequest = "<StatusXML>" & _
           "<AccessRequest> " & _
              "<XMLlickey>E3QH45XS58M845E5</XMLlickey>" & _
              "<UserId>admin@thehousewaresstore.com</UserId>" & _
              "<Password>PZ34JCZCP</Password>" & _
              "<version>1.1</version>" & _
           "</AccessRequest>" & _
           "<Status>" & _
              "<user_po>" & Me.YahooOrderNumber & "</user_po>" & _
              "<web_id></web_id>" & _
              "<order_id>" & IIf(Me.SupplierOrderNumber <> "", SupplierOrderNumber, "") & "</order_id>" & _
           "</Status>" & _
        "</StatusXML> "
        'DEBUG.PRINT wRequest
           If Not TransferDataSOAP(wRequest, wResult) Then
              MsgBox "Error during the transfer."
           Else
              ProcessResult wResult
           End If
           

End If
End Sub

Public Function TransferDataSOAP(pRequest As String, _
                                  ByRef pResult As String) As Boolean
'This is the adapted TransferDataSoap from above.  It packaged the request, send it to the web service and wait for the reply:


   Dim oWeb As MSXML2.XMLHTTP30  'Object from Microsoft XML v 5.0
   Dim bStatus As Boolean
   Dim wMsg As String
   Dim wResult As String
   Dim wPosi As Integer
   Dim wMaxWait As Integer
   Dim wError As String
   
   On Error GoTo Proc_ERROR
   
   bStatus = False
     
   'Finish building the XML message
   wMsg = "<?xml version=""1.1"" encoding=""utf-8""?>"
   wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & "<env:Envelope xmlns:env=""http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"">"
   wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & "  <env:Body>"
   wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & "    <" & WEB_SERVICE_ACTION & ">"
  ' wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & "<doc>"
   wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & pRequest
   'wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & "</doc>"
   wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & "</" & WEB_SERVICE_ACTION & ">"
   wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & "</env:Body>"
   wMsg = wMsg & vbCrLf & "</env:Envelope>"


   'Set up to post to our localhost server
   Set oWeb = New MSXML2.XMLHTTP30
   oWeb.Open "post", WEB_SERVICE_URL

   'Set a standard SOAP/ XML header for the content-type
   oWeb.setRequestHeader "Content-Type", "text/xml"
   oWeb.setRequestHeader "Content-length", Len(wResult)
   
   'Set a header for the method to be called
   oWeb.setRequestHeader "SOAPAction", WEB_SERVICE_ACTION
   
   'Make the SOAP call
   oWeb.sEnd wMsg

   'Get the return value, allow the user to stop if taking too long
   wPosi = 0
   wMaxWait = 120
   Do While oWeb.ReadyState < 4 And wPosi < wMaxWait
      'Response not available, wait a little more
      Wait 1
     
      wPosi = wPosi + 1
      If wPosi >= wMaxWait Then
         'We waited for a long time, what does the user wants ?
         If vbYes = MsgBox("This transactions is taking longer to process than expected." & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & "Do you wish to continue waiting ? ", vbQuestion + vbYesNo) Then
            wPosi = 1
         End If
      End If
   Loop

   If wPosi >= wMaxWait Then
      'waited too long, user wants to stop
      bStatus = False
   Else
   
      wResult = oWeb.responseText
   
      'Do we got an error
      If Left(wResult, 6) = "<html>" Then
         'this is an error HTML page
         wPosi = InStr(1, wResult, "<TITLE>")
         If wPosi > 0 Then
            wError = Mid(wResult, wPosi + 7, InStr(wPosi, wResult, "</title>") - (wPosi + 8))
         Else
            wError = "Unspecified error"
         End If
         MsgBox "There was an error in the attempt to connect to the server " & vbCrLf & "  --> " & wError
               
         bStatus = False
      Else
         
         'Return the result for further processing
         pResult = wResult
         bStatus = True
      End If
         
   End If
   
Proc_EXIT:
   Set oWeb = Nothing
   
   TransferDataSOAP = bStatus
   
   Exit Function
   
Proc_ERROR:

   MsgBox "Unhandled Error: " & Err.description
   Stop
   Resume


End Function
Public Sub ProcessResult(pResult As String)
'This sub process the result string using an XML DOM document.
'When I run, I get a valid response but the result code is 0.
'You will need to add the logic for when the result code is 1 as I don't know what you want to do with.

   Dim oDom As New MSXML2.DOMDocument
   Dim oResponseNode As MSXML2.IXMLDOMNode
   Dim oNode As MSXML2.IXMLDOMNode
   
   With oDom
      'load the xml string and valide its structure
      .LoadXML pResult
      If .parseError <> 0 Then
         'Something is wrong...
          MsgBox "Line: " & .parseError.Line & vbCrLf & "Char: " & .parseError.linepos & vbCrLf & _
                "Text: ...'" & Mid(.parseError.srcText, 57, 20) & "...'" & vbCrLf & "Reason: " & .parseError.reason
          Exit Sub
      End If
   End With
   
   'Search for the response node using xpath query
   Set oResponseNode = oDom.DocumentElement.SelectSingleNode("/soapenv:Envelope/soapenv:Body/SubscribeResponse/SubscribeReturn")
   If oResponseNode Is Nothing Then
      MsgBox "Wrong format???"
      Exit Sub
   End If
   
   'Look for the result code.
   Set oNode = GetValueFor(oResponseNode, "Result")
   If oNode Is Nothing Then
      MsgBox "No result!"
      Exit Sub
   End If
   
   If oNode.nodeTypedValue = 0 Then
      Set oNode = GetValueFor(oResponseNode, "returnText")
      If oNode Is Nothing Then
         MsgBox "Return 0 but result text not found"
      Else
         MsgBox "Return 0 with text " & vbCrLf & oNode.Text
      End If
   Else
   
      'Do your processing here
      
   End If

End Sub
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