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XPATH QUESTIONS

Extracting content from xpath_node_set generically in pugixml
Extracting content from xpath_node_set generically in pugixml
this one helps. After consulting the reference manual from pugixml, I saw that xpath_node is an union of xml_node and xml_attribute.This means that either one of them is null or both are. With that information, I can do this workaround:
TAG : xpath
Date : November 26 2020, 09:01 AM , By : yannis
How to access the ancestor node in the same XQuery?
How to access the ancestor node in the same XQuery?
should help you out In the link you posted, the root element of the XML is mondial not users, so I'd use mondial in this answer. Notice that member of organization and country are linked by country id, so you can do as follow to get country name of e
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Date : November 08 2020, 09:00 AM , By : Denis H├ębert
Storing the value of attribute and matching it in Xquery
Storing the value of attribute and matching it in Xquery
this one helps. , You can use the parent:: XPath axis:
TAG : xpath
Date : November 05 2020, 07:07 PM , By : oaguirre
Xpath: Two joined collections?
Xpath: Two joined collections?
Any of those help //x[position()=1] returns every descendant x that is the first child of its parent. To select the first descendant x, you need (//x)[position()=1]. With a complex path it becomes easier to use the descendant axis explicitly rather t
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Date : November 05 2020, 07:07 PM , By : Dhruv Sagar
Limiting the result to top four in xquery
Limiting the result to top four in xquery
I wish did fix the issue. One possible way using two for loops and limit the inner for to return only the first 4 results :
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Date : November 01 2020, 01:03 PM , By : prashant bathani
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