>Ultimately there should be some kind of solution where you call getData()
>instead of getAttribute() with evaluate() returning an array of

You know intuitively what I want to do is this.

$courts = $xml->evaluate($result . '/COURTS_SEARCHED/COURT');
foreach ($courts as $court):
         print  $court->attributes['NAME'];

I tried to make that work using the XML-DOM functions in php but something 
seems to be broken in the xpath function.

I must say php is behind all other languages when it comes to XML and SOAP 
functions. I hope they have solid support with the next version.

              Tim Uckun
       Mobile Intelligence Unit.
    "There are some who call me TIM?"
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