If you wish you could use a predefined dialog from Advanced Installer, for example “SQLConnection Dlg“.
Such as ID(attribute) of AID(element) and ID(attribute) of Variable(element). Select Nodes("/Equipment/Data Collections/Group AIDs/AID"); // loop through all AID nodes foreach (Xml Node a Node in a Nodes) // save the Xml Document back to disk doc.
So a plain text editor like Edit Pad Pro is perfectly suited for looking at and modifying XML files.
You can even create XML files from scratch, such as when writing a web site using XHTML.
It is not obvious at first, but with a little help from your friends here at Power Shell Magazine.com, you’ll soon solve every-day XML tasks – even pretty complex ones – in no time.
So let’s check out how you put very simple Power Shell code to work to get the things done that used to be so mind-blowingly complex in the pre-Power Shell era.
Set Named Item (newChild Attribute) Sub Update XML() Call fn Update XMLBy Tags End Sub Function fn Update XMLBy Tags() Dim main Work Book As Workbook Set main Work Book = Active Workbook Set o XMLFile = Create Object("Microsoft.