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Web Services, Part IX: Pattern-Based XML Node Selection: Context Definition (B) - Doc JavaScript


Web Services, Part IX: Pattern-Based XML Node Selection

Context Definition - Part B

The fourth node of mydvd7.xml is where the data tree hangs. The name of the top-level child is sales (xmlDoc.childNodes[3].nodeName), from the sales tag:

<sales>
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  .
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</sales>

The sales node has two child nodes:

The summary node has five child nodes:

The summary's child nodes do not have any lower-level child nodes. The data node is the root of a much deeper tree, as it holds the actual data of the dvds. The data node has three child nodes, one for every month of the report:

Each month has five child nodes: one for its name and four for its four week proceeds. Here are the child nodes of January:

Similarly, here are the child nodes of February:

March's three child nodes are:

The name nodes have child nodes of their own, one per node. They hold the name's text property:


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