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How do I select/Edit:  <member key="1" operator="eq" /> under database "000 name" and "HR Huston" (need to change key from 1 to 2)

Using Powershell
 
<roles>
   <role id="{1234}" name="Unit12">
    <databases permission="allow">
      <database name="000 Name" inherit="true">
        <cube name="HR" inherit="true">
          <dimension name="HR Huston" inherit="true">
            <hierarchy name="HR Huston" inherit="true">
              <forcedcriteria>
                <member key="1" operator="eq" />
              </forcedcriteria>
            </hierarchy>
          </dimension>
          <dimension name="HR Boston" inherit="true">
            <hierarchy name="HR Boston" inherit="true">
              <forcedcriteria>
                <member key="2" operator="eq" />
              </forcedcriteria>
            </hierarchy>
          </dimension>
        </cube>
      </database>
  </role>
</roles>
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oBdA

8/22/2022 - Mon
ste5an

Please rephrase your question. Add the code you have so far. Cause there are too many open questions, e.g. is that XML, where does it come from (file, variable or pipeline).. etc.

But: changing a key means deleting the old row and adding a new row. Keys should be stable and optimally static. So what is you use-case here?
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