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(VBScript) Get XML Attribute Value by Path

Demonstrates how to get an attribute value by path.

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Dim fso, outFile
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set outFile = fso.CreateTextFile("output.txt", True)

'  The XML used in this example contains the following:
'  This example will get the value of the "spay-neuter" attribute for each pig.

'  <pig-rescue>
'    <herd name="Cathy">
'  	<species name="pot belly pig">
'  	    <animal>
'  	        <name>Molly II</name>
'  	        <birth>February, 1998</birth>
'  			<in-date>January, 2000</in-date>
'  			<from>Middle Ave.</from>
'  			<gender spay-neuter="yes">F</gender>
'  			<info>Molly came from a place where an old, ill man had too many animals.
'  	              	The animals were seldom fed and rats would eat the newborn piglets.
'  	             	 When Molly was found at one week old, she was the only piglet of
'  	              	her siblings who did not get stepped on by a cow. She is a sweet,
'  	              	friendly pig who likes to hang out on Cathy's porch on the lounge
'  	              	pad.
'  			</info>
'  		</animal>
'  	    <animal>
'  			<name>Nigel</name>
'  			<birth>June, 1991</birth>
'  			<in-date>August, 1991</in-date>
'  			<from>Breeder</from>
'  			<gender spay-neuter="no">M</gender>
'  			<info>
'  			 	Nigel was the first pig and the reason for the rescue in the
'  			 	first place. He is 13 now and doing well, but takes a number
'  				of medications, as you can see below.
'  			</info>
'  		</animal>
'  	</species>
'    </herd>
'  </pig-rescue>

set xml = CreateObject("Chilkat_9_5_0.Xml")
success = xml.LoadXmlFile("qa_data/xml/twoPigs.xml")

'  Use the ChilkatPath method to return the value of a particular attribute at a given path.
'  A path ending with "(attributeName)" will return the value for the given attribute.
path = "herd|species|animal[0]|gender|(spay-neuter)"
attrValue = xml.ChilkatPath(path)
outFile.WriteLine("1st pig spay-neuter: " & attrValue)

path = "herd|species|animal[1]|gender|(spay-neuter)"
attrValue = xml.ChilkatPath(path)
outFile.WriteLine("2nd pig spay-neuter: " & attrValue)

'  We could also do it like this:
path = "herd|species|animal[i]|gender|(spay-neuter)"
i = 0
Do While i < xml.NumChildrenAt("herd|species")
    xml.I = i
    outFile.WriteLine("spay-neuter for pig number " & (i + 1) & ": " & xml.ChilkatPath(path))
    i = i + 1
Loop

outFile.Close

 

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