Please refer to the errata for this document, which may include some normative corrections. This document is also available in these non-normative formats: XML and Recent revisions (HTML).Copyright © 2011 This document defines an update facility that extends the XML Query language, XQuery.They didn't allow the use of XML namespace prefixes in the query. It does more than the minimum, but it isn't cluttered with features. If you have an invalid xpath expression, this tool tells you that it is invalid, and also where and why it is invalid, but not what the valid thing ought to be.I also found more complex tools, some of them free, some of them not. If you are an xpath neophyte, you're still going to need to refer to an xpath reference to get the expressions right.It will be very helpful if you include the string “[UPD]” in the subject line of your report, whether made in Bugzilla or in email.Please use multiple Bugzilla entries (or, if necessary, multiple email messages) if you have more than one comment to make.
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The following can take a XML_TEXT_NODE node and return the contents in an array.
Yanick's contribution rocks - butit overwrote with duplicates only keeping the last linein the returned array.
All the other functions i tested from various sources failed to handle text nodes correctly. It is adapted from code on this site.function my Text Node($n, &$a) so you could use: $nodes = $dom- I found the xml2array function below very useful, but there seems to be a bug in it. I've expanded this out to be a bit more readable, and the corrected code is : function xml To Array($n) The project I'm currently working on uses XPaths to dynamically navigate through chunks of an XML file.
I couldn't find any PHP code on the net that would build the XPath to a node for me, so I wrote my own function.