This post will focus on giving examples on how to parse documents using Xml Parser.
If the XML to be parsed in stored in a String, below is a way on how to parse this: The code is fairly short and straightforward.
XML is pretty cool stuff, and the more we use it, the more we need to think about how to make it easier to use.
To access the value, we need to invoke the corresponding property's text() method as shown.
And finally, we will make XPath access simpler through a native method on every node. It's down to six lines, two of which are the algorithm. Certainly, the logic of the algorithm is now more visible than it was before.
In twelve-step programs they have you admit your addiction in order begin to to deal with it. But the most important thing we have learned is that Groovy is really cool.
comments Parsing XML information is common to many projects.
We showed int he previous post on how to parse XML documents using Xml Slurper.
Xml Slurper.parse(...) returns an object of type GPath Result To change the content of a node, use replace Body() For instance, with the XML file of the previous post, you can change a value of an element this way: import