You can use parent::* to ge tthe parent path.

http://www.zvon.org/xxl/XPathTutorial/Output/example13.html

But XPath won't give you the actual path (e.g. to put in a property or similar).

Brian

Elvira_Gurevich@ibi.com wrote:

Hello,

 

With xmltask, is there a way to get a path leading to the node, e.g., applying xmltask to the following document, looking for a node with value f2, and coming up with a/b/e/f ?

<a>

<b>b1

<c>c1

<d>d1</d>

</c>

</b>

<b>b2

<e>c2

<f>f2</f>

</e>

</b>

<a>

 

Thanks for your help,

Elvira


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