• How to remove the values of xml tags null without removing the tag names?

    Hi, I have the following xml : ... .... <A> <B> <C>11122</C> <D>loop</D> <E>30-03-05</E> <F>integer</F> <G>decimal</G> <H /> </B> </A> ... .... I need to remove all the values under <payment_details> so...

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  • Conversion of table into XML

    How to load a table into XML in a CLOb using Oracle 8.1.4

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  • xml ware house in QTP

    can anyone tell me how to use xml ware house when i want to use parametrization in xml ?

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  • xml menu

    I am using XML for Menu creation. I need a one more sub menu list. Below is the format I am using: <TOPICS TYPE="Ordering" CODE="3" URL=""path"> <TOPIC LEVEL="Utility"> <CODE>3.2</CODE> <TITLE>Order</TITLE> <URL/> <TARGET/> <PAGE><!—instead...

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  • How to export meta-data

    I am charged with archiving data from a legacy AS400 packaged system. I can export the data using attachmate and a few tricks to get it into XML on my LAN. However, the FDF info is not good as metadata, so I need to retrieve the field level that is available thru 'file commands''display file field...

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  • How do you create a file containing Simplified Chinese characters (DBCS) and English in the same field on IBM iSeries IFS in UNICODE UTF-8 format?

    Caveat - I am not an iSeries programmer(since 15 years ago), so please be very specific with your answer so that I can understand it. I am trying to print product labels with Simplified Chinese characters on a Zebra bar code printer from data retrieved from IBM iSeries (AS/400). The data for the...

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  • How to use XML in RPG

    Hi All, I want to know if its possible to FTP a file from RPG to any other systems using XML. More precisely, can we use XML to pull the data from RPG and feed it to other systems. If yes, appreciate if you can give some inputs or notes where I can find the complete process or code. Thanks.

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  • paperless pay stubs

    My company would like to distribute paperless pay stubs to employee's. We would like to use a web part and the data would be in XML format. Any advice on how this can be done or if anyone has already done this how did you implement it? Employees should be able to *print current pay stub *Print...

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  • The XML page cannot be displayed

    I am using sql server 2005 with vb.net 2005 and IIS server installed. I tried to run the application created in Asp.net,but it showed me the following error. The XML page cannot be displayed Cannot view XML input using XSL style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or...

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  • 13.4 format quantity field

    what is a 13.4 format for quantity fields in xml messages?

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  • Extract text from HTML pages, separate into articles, extracts keywords, tag with keywords, import to wordpress

    We run a niche news B2B news service; every day we send out an email with between 10 and 30 stories in it. This email is then turned into an html page including all the stories, and uploaded to our website. This has been going on for around 6 years, so I reckon there are about 1500 individual HTML...

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  • Create XML with RPG IV

    Create XML with RPG IV

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  • New Web Service Project

    Hi, Currently an iSeries job runs every 10 minutes where, at the back end, a file is read (more than 400 fields), a pipe delimited file is created and FTP'd to an outside location. Volume would normally be low but intermittently there could be a spike. I need to replace the FTP process with a...

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  • XML parsing in COBOL on iseries

    Can I get an example of how to parse XML document in ILE COBOL? I need both SAX and DOM parser examples.

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  • Processing XML files with SQL Server functions

    Hi I read through your tip on Processing XML files with SQL Server functions. It's great but what happens when the XML file exceeds 4000 charcters? I'm using SQL Server 2005 and the XML file that I try and import is too big. Do you have any ideas to how I can use SQL to import an XML file that...

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  • Enterprise COBOL XML Attributes

    I am working on a COBOL XML Application where the XML message needs to have an attribute on the Group Level, with subordinate items generated as Child elements. According to the Enterprise COBOL manuals, it appears that I can choose EITHER format by specifing WITH ATTRIBUTES on the XML GENERATE...

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  • Retired computer accounts in Active Directory

    I need a dependable script!!! After several domain migrations and adding a few new sites over the past two years I have found that there are hundreds of computer accounts in Active Directory. We are a global company so tracking computer names is impossible. Because we use several management...

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  • Converting date time in C#

    hi all, I have a column called WBsstartdate (storing dates), that has been created as a Varchar data type. If I run a convert on the table, my date comes out in the right format. (Eg: 2006-04-03 00:00:00). This is fine. However when I run this date as an sql query in a programme in C#, and save to...

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  • How to create User Xml tags Based on SQL data

    I have a sql table which contains the details of controls used in the application. Now I want to create a xml file for the data in the same table based on the ControlType in the table. I need to get different tags and subtags for controls based on the control type. How do i go about it?

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  • Creating XML file using SQL Server 2005

    How to create a xml file using sql server 2005? what are all the steps to do for this?

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