I was looking at the MS tool VersionCheck and it indicated that I
did not have MSXML6. My searching for this file has been fruitless.
The only place that I could find it was on a site that required Paypal
to download (Checked source code of web page prior to submitting). I do
not believe that this is the case for the XML parsers from microsoft.
If someone could enlighten me I would appreciate it. Thanx
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Action without a Plan is a Nightmare
The latest version of the MS XML parser is 4 (SP2), and is now called the
"XML Core Services"....MSXML6 SP1 broke my SAXWriter
I upgraded my application from MSXML4 to MSXML6, and everything was working
fine. My project uses MXXMLWriter60, SAXContentHandler and XMLSchemaCache60,
Then I installed MSXML6 sp1. The XML document generated from my application
has two problems:
1. "????" marks appears inside XML in various places, likely at the end of
the stream buffer (?)
2. The first block of attributes are always added properly. Then the second
block of attributes contain the attributes from the previous element.
Here is an example of before and after:
Good XML with MSXML6:
<?xml version="1...MSXML6 C++ unable to locate node
Hi, I am new to using the MSXML functions in C++. I found this on MSDN as
an example of what I wanted to do,
I have tried a number of XPATH examples to try and retrieve the
"><Code>12455</Code>", but have been unable to do so. The MSDN example works
fine. So, I am wondering if it's a namespace issue?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Jeff
I have changed the code as follows:
int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv)
CString sResponse = "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf...Lost character entities using MSXML6
I load an XML file into MSXML2.DOMDocument.6.0 object. The XML file stores
non-ASCII characters in Hex Code format,
so alpha α is coded as α
I save the file using xmldomSource.save but now α has been replaced with α
How do I preserve the original encoding?
<%@ LANGUAGE = JScript %>
<% Response.Charset= "ISO-8859-1" %>
<% Response.Buffer= "TRUE" %>
<% Response.Expires= -1 %>
var xmldomSource = new ActiveXObject("MSXML2.DOMDocument.6.0");
xmldomSource.preserveWhiteSpace = true;
xmldomSource.setProperty("ServerHTTPReq...MSXML6 C++ VS2005: parsing "set" of nodes (& child nodes)??
I've looked at a number of examples in the MSXML6 help, but haven't been
able to find exactly what I'm looking for.
I have the following loaded into a "IXMLDOMDocument2" object.
I have a CString sString that I would like to check to see if it matches one
of the "Descriptions" below. If it does match, I want to be able to extract
the corresponding "Amount" field to use it elsewhere in the program.