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Re: Comments...

James & Sue Ann Birchfield wrote:
> Actually no.  It worked out of the box.
> I had to do some re-writing of the jaco
> and the .bashrc scripts to run on a in box,
> but only out of necessity...:)  Worked great
> on my linux platform.  I am testing it with
> Solaris and jdk1.2.2.
> I will probably send this to the list, but I am
> runnin ginto a wall using XPATH.  I am sending
> the following key to accompany the message:
> <key oid='beacon' contentMime='text/plain'>
>  <beacon>
>   <message>
>    <system>harmony</system>
>   </message>
>  </beacon>
> </key>
> Now to subscribe to this message vi XPATH, I am trying
> this:
> <key oid='beacon'contentMime='text/plain'>
> //message[system='harmony']
> </key>
> Does that look right?  Nothing to do with xmlBlaster,
> just my lack of experience with XPATH.
The syntax is correct. Here is how i test such stuff:

create a file Test.xml
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='ISO-8859-1' ?>
<key oid='beacon' contentMime='text/plain'>

and test it:

  java DomQueryTest Test.xml  "//message[system='harmony']"


Feb 16, 2000 1:07:31 PM INFO :  [DomQueryTester]  Query time [ 455
millis ]
Feb 16, 2000 1:07:31 PM INFO :  [DomQueryTester]  Found key oid="beacon"

xmlBlaster/demo/queryXML/DomQueryTest.java is used for this
command line query.

Good luck


Marcel Ruff
ruff at swand.lake.de