def parser = new Xml Parser() def response = parser.parse Text(xml) def number Of Results = parser.create Node( response, new QName("number Of Results"), [:] ) number Of Results.value = "1" assert response.number Of Results.text() == "1" def response = new Xml Parser().parse Text(xml) /* Use the same syntax as Markup Builder */ response.value.books.book.replace Node def new Node = response.value.books.book assert new Node.name() == "book" assert new Node.@id == "3" assert new Node.title.text() == "To Kill a Mockingbird" assert new Node.author.text() == "Harper Lee" assert new Node.author.@id.first() == "3"def response = new Xml Slurper().parse Text(books) /* Use the same syntax as XMLStarlet command line utility is written in C and uses libxml2 and libxslt from Implementation of extensive choice of options for XMLStarlet utility was only possible because of rich feature set of libxml2 and libxslt (many thanks to the developers of those libraries for great work).'diff' and 'patch' options are not currently implemented. Please, send an email to the project administrator (see if you wish to help.In order for your installation to add a new element or attribute to an XML file, or to perform some other change to an XML file at run time, MSXML must use the XPath expressions that are defined in the XML File Changes view to navigate through the XML file and locate the areas that need to be modified.For detailed information about writing XPath expressions, see the following Web sites: To add those elements, the following XPath expressions are added under the Biographies node in the XML File Changes view: Book[@Author="John Smith"] Book[@Author="Bill Smith"] The following screen shots show the settings in the XML File Changes view.Here is sample code: article shows how to edit xml-files using a Grid View control. Additional the user may create new records using some text fields and a button.
Save("c:/modified.xml"); I do not want to work with Grid View.
For example, the expression , return the input XML data unchanged.
An error is never raised if no nodes are targeted, but updating SQL functions may raise an error if an XPath-expression argument targets inappropriate nodes, such as attribute nodes or text nodes. CREATE TABLE table_with_xml_column (filename VARCHAR2(64), xml_document XMLType); Table created.
If multiple text nodes are referenced in the XPath expression, the text nodes are collapsed into a single text node value.
SELECT extract(OBJECT_VALUE, '/Purchase Order/Reference') "REFERENCE" FROM purchaseorder WHERE exists Node(OBJECT_VALUE, '/Purchase Order[Special Instructions="Expedite"]') = 1; REFERENCE ------------------------------------------------------------ attempts to determine the proper return type from the XML schema associated with the document, or from other information such as the SQL/XML view.