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why cant I trace node-content

Im trying to create a new xmllist based on the content of specific nodes in a xml.

trace(myXML.Row.(Column11=="8600");

which should mean that all rows, where Column11 consist of 8600, shoul be traced.

But for some reason i get an annoying message saying that  
ReferenceError: Error #1065: Variable Column11 is not defined.
      at MethodInfo-443()

This is the XML:

	<Row>
		<Column1>1</Column1>
		<Column11>8600</Column11>
	</Row>
	<Row>
		<Column1>2</Column1>
		<Column11>8450</Column11>
	</Row>
                     <Row>
		<Column1>3</Column1>
		<Column11>8600</Column11>
	</Row>

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And the result I expect should be this:

	<Row>
		<Column1>1</Column1>
		<Column11>8600</Column11>
	</Row>
                     <Row>
		<Column1>3</Column1>
		<Column11>8600</Column11>
	</Row>

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or am I missing something here.
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petersego
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petersego
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blue-genieCommented:
i've upload an example of your code and i'm getting your expected output so not sure what you're doing wrong, if you don't find the difference check your publish setting. ee.zip
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petersegoAuthor Commented:
Thanks, that made me search through my 3000 line xml-file, and it turned out that at some place Column11 were missing in a Row.
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