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FIREFOX XML Traversing

Does anyone know of the syntax to grab an xml element by its id in Firefox.

This is what I use in google and safari

xmlDoc.getElementById(pItemId).childNodes;

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in IE including IE10 I use...

xmlDoc.selectSingleNode('//*[@id=' + pItemId + ']').childNodes;

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Its all fine with all browser except for FIREFOX. Trying to get the same thing in Firefox I am finding a challenge because I have to keep recursively traversing through the complete xml structure. There must be another way.
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springy143

8/22/2022 - Mon
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