[jdom-interest] Re: short question
toddobryan at mac.com
Mon Aug 6 18:19:14 PDT 2001
I realized I had sent this reply directly to vincent, but hadn't sent a
copy to the list, so I'm sending one now so it makes it into the archive.
> From: Todd O'Bryan <toddobryan at mac.com>
> Date: Mon Aug 06, 2001 10:35:11 AM US/Pacific
> To: "vincent leycuras" <lv68 at hotmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [jdom-interest] (no subject)
> Right now, your document doesn't have a root element. Wrap everything
> in something like a <document> tag (you could write a Reader class that
> would append this before and after the file if you don't want to change
> the file) and then do something like:
> List parents = doc.getRootElement().getChildren("parent");
> and you'll have a List with all the parent elements. parents.get(0)
> gives you the first, parents.get(1) gives you the second, etc.
> Hope that helps,
> On Monday, August 6, 2001, at 04:52 PM, vincent leycuras wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am in the process of writing a small app that retrieves information
>> using the following scheme from an XML document:
>> every identical node (same name, same type) represents a line, and its
>> children represent a column. For example:
>> ... and so on. Here, I want the result to be:
>> Col1 | Col2
>> line 1 | blob | blabla
>> line 2 | sdf | fdsg
>> ... But I couldn't find out how to access the second "parent" node.
>> Any help gladly welcome!
>> BTW, this package is brilliant ;-P.
>> Cheers, Vincent.
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