It's still valid XML and semantically exactly the same. Don't worry about it!

On 08/11/2012 09:27, Shiran Shem-Tov wrote:

I have an XML file:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>

<Settings>

   <Sdl>

        <sdlserver_ip>SERVER</sdlserver_ip>

        <sdlserver_port>1111</sdlserver_port>

        <version>1.0</version>

        <service_packs>sp1=2</service_packs>

        <updates></updates>

        <write2log>true</write2log>

   </Sdl>

</Settings>

 

I want to change the string inside the node <service_packs>, and I don’t know what is the current string there.

 

For example:

<service_packs>sp1=2</service_packs>

Will be change to

 <service_packs>sp2=1</service_packs>

 

I tried using:

 

<xmltask source="/Users/Shared/sdl.xml" dest="/Users/Shared/sdl1.xml">

 <replace path="/Settings/Sdl/service_packs/text()" withXml="sp2=1"/>

</xmltask>

 

And the output is:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>

<Settings>

   <Sdl>

        <sdlserver_ip>SERVER</sdlserver_ip>

        <sdlserver_port>1111</sdlserver_port>

        <version>1.0</version>

        <service_packs>sp2=1</service_packs>

        <updates/>

        <write2log>true</write2log>

   </Sdl>

</Settings>

 

Why it changes the red line in the file?

 

Thanks,

Shiran

 



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