XML-INTO fails, which element caused it?

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iSeries V6R1
RPGLE
V6R1
XML-INTO
I'm using XML-INTO in an RPGLE program with allowextra=yes, allowmissing=yes and case=any and it returns an error. PSDS doesn't give any useful info so what is the best way to figure out why it failed? If the end tag is mispelled it parses all the data but gives the same error as if the first element is mispelled and parses none of the data. Any easy way to tell which element was invalid, other than looking at every field and assuming the one after the last one with data in it had the problem?

Software/Hardware used:
iSeries V6R1M0
ASKED: March 17, 2011  12:59 PM
UPDATED: March 18, 2011  11:09 AM

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  • DanTheDane
    Can you be more specific about which error is issued? DanF
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