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Hi Monks, I must be missing something simple. Could you please help me grasp this concept...
Take the following example xml:
<aaa xmlns="xmlapi_1.0"> <bbb> <ccc> <d1>blah</d1> <d2>blah</d2> <d3>blah</d3> </ccc> <ccc> <d1>blah</d1> <d2>blah</d2> <d3>blah</d3> </ccc> </bbb> </aaa>
I need to iterate through each <ccc>. I worked out how to get the list of <ccc> nodes and this thread confirms what I did as correct. But now that I have the <ccc> node, how do I get the <dx> properties? I've tried with and without the namespace already defined but still no love. It gets worse, the xml I receive could have <e> nested in <d>.

In reply to Re^3: Namespaced XML::LibXML XPath query (not a bug) by jbfamilly
in thread Namespaced XML::LibXML XPath query by diotalevi

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