Re: [Flashcoders] RE: retreieving a node that contains a specific attribute from an XML list

2009-09-14 Thread allandt bik-elliott

You can pick nodes by adding a comparison into your XML path

Conteudo.(@id == link) will give you the correct node too

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On 13 Sep 2009, at 22:09, Isaac Alves isaacal...@gmail.com wrote:


Hi,

thank you all.

I've managed to do it like this, based on what Cor wrote me:

function clickItemTitle(e:Event):void {
   _link = String(e.target.frameLink);

   var node:int;

   for (var i:Number = 0; i  conteudo.length(); i++)
   {
   if (conteudo[...@id == _link)
   {
   node = i;
   }
   }
   trace (node:  + node);


then I just use conteudo[node] to access the content.

I was trying to do that without using a for loop ,  but maybe it
wouldn't be possible. anyway I believe there's no need to avoid a loop
here, even if there's 1200 nodes in my XML, right?

Allandt, I actually didn't understand the use of toXMLString(), at
least in this situation..

cheers!
isaac

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Date: Sun, 13 Sep 2009 12:44:10 +0100
From: allandt bik-elliott alla...@gmail.com
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] retreieving a node that contains a specific
  attribute   from an XML list.
To: Flash Coders List flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
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also if you're tracing xml, you could try trace(myXML.toXMLString());
which will make sure that even the root node of the xml is traced

a


On 13 Sep 2009, at 06:39, Cor wrote:


Try this:

trace (conteudo.slide[...@id);
trace (conteudo.slide[...@id);
trace (conteudo.slide[0].tit);



-Original Message-
From: flashcoders-boun...@chattyfig.figleaf.com
[mailto:flashcoders-boun...@chattyfig.figleaf.com] On Behalf Of
Isaac Alves
Sent: zondag 13 september 2009 2:00
To: flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
Subject: [Flashcoders] retreieving a node that contains a specific
attribute
from an XML list.

I have an XMLList  and I would like to retrieve a node in this list
that contain a specfic attribute.

here is how my XMLlist conteudo is organized. trace (conteudo)
throws:

slide id=apresentacao
titApresentação/tit
txt (lots of text...)/txt
/slide
slide id=sumario
titApresentação/tit
txt (lots of text...)/txt
/slide
etc...

I've tried the following ways:

//gets all nodes that contain the attribue id.  that is , the  
same

as trace(conteudo), cause every node contain an
//  id attribute. i don't need them all to contain the
attribute, but i've made so, trying to avoid errors. so there a lot  
of

//  nodes in which the id attribute is equal to  .
//trace (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id));

//this one doesn't throws an error, but doesn't retrieve anything
//trace (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id == apresentacao)));

//throws the error:   ReferenceError: Error #1065: A variá 
vel

apresentacao não foi definida. (variable not defined)
//trace (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id == apresentacao)));

//  same reference error...
//trace (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id == apresentacao)));

//   why it doesn't work like this? same reference errpr
//trace (node i want:  + conteudo.(@id == apresentacao));

//  this one doesn't throws an error, but doesn't retrieve
anything
//trace (vamo ve:  + conteudo.(@id == apresentacao));

//throws all the attributes @id that exist inside the xmllist,
concatenated
//trace ( + conteu...@id);

//again, here it throws all the attributes @id that exist  
inside

the xmllist , concatenated
//if (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id == apresentacao)))
//{
//trace (tem o id: );
//trace (conteu...@id);
//}

help please!!

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[Flashcoders] RE: retreieving a node that contains a specific attribute from an XML list

2009-09-13 Thread Isaac Alves
Hi,

thank you all.

I've managed to do it like this, based on what Cor wrote me:

function clickItemTitle(e:Event):void {
_link = String(e.target.frameLink);

var node:int;

for (var i:Number = 0; i  conteudo.length(); i++)
{
if (conteudo[...@id == _link)
{
node = i;
}
}
trace (node:  + node);


then I just use conteudo[node] to access the content.

I was trying to do that without using a for loop ,  but maybe it
wouldn't be possible. anyway I believe there's no need to avoid a loop
here, even if there's 1200 nodes in my XML, right?

Allandt, I actually didn't understand the use of toXMLString(), at
least in this situation..

cheers!
isaac

--

Message: 5
Date: Sun, 13 Sep 2009 12:44:10 +0100
From: allandt bik-elliott alla...@gmail.com
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] retreieving a node that contains a specific
   attribute   from an XML list.
To: Flash Coders List flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
Message-ID: 51f4e795-f48c-4c62-8ffd-586daafb1...@gmail.com
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed; delsp=yes

also if you're tracing xml, you could try trace(myXML.toXMLString());
which will make sure that even the root node of the xml is traced

a


On 13 Sep 2009, at 06:39, Cor wrote:

 Try this:

 trace (conteudo.slide[...@id);
 trace (conteudo.slide[...@id);
 trace (conteudo.slide[0].tit);



 -Original Message-
 From: flashcoders-boun...@chattyfig.figleaf.com
 [mailto:flashcoders-boun...@chattyfig.figleaf.com] On Behalf Of
 Isaac Alves
 Sent: zondag 13 september 2009 2:00
 To: flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
 Subject: [Flashcoders] retreieving a node that contains a specific
 attribute
 from an XML list.

 I have an XMLList  and I would like to retrieve a node in this list
 that contain a specfic attribute.

 here is how my XMLlist conteudo is organized. trace (conteudo)
 throws:

 slide id=apresentacao
  titApresentação/tit
  txt (lots of text...)/txt
 /slide
 slide id=sumario
  titApresentação/tit
  txt (lots of text...)/txt
 /slide
 etc...

 I've tried the following ways:

 //gets all nodes that contain the attribue id.  that is , the same
 as trace(conteudo), cause every node contain an
 //  id attribute. i don't need them all to contain the
 attribute, but i've made so, trying to avoid errors. so there a lot of
 //  nodes in which the id attribute is equal to  .
 //trace (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id));

 //this one doesn't throws an error, but doesn't retrieve anything
 //trace (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id == apresentacao)));

 //throws the error:   ReferenceError: Error #1065: A variável
 apresentacao não foi definida. (variable not defined)
 //trace (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id == apresentacao)));

 //  same reference error...
 //trace (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id == apresentacao)));

 //   why it doesn't work like this? same reference errpr
 //trace (node i want:  + conteudo.(@id == apresentacao));

 //  this one doesn't throws an error, but doesn't retrieve
 anything
 //trace (vamo ve:  + conteudo.(@id == apresentacao));

 //throws all the attributes @id that exist inside the xmllist,
 concatenated
 //trace ( + conteu...@id);

 //again, here it throws all the attributes @id that exist inside
 the xmllist , concatenated
 //if (conteudo.(hasOwnProperty(@id == apresentacao)))
 //{
 //trace (tem o id: );
 //trace (conteu...@id);
 //}

 help please!!

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