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--- Francis Norton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >>Oracle's XML Parser also provides an XPath engine
> >>woven into our DOM implementation. Using it is as
> easy as:
> >> yourNode.valueOf("Your/Favorite[XPath=Here]");
> > You say your users haven't asked for more, but if
> I was to become your
> > user, I would. .net offers these methods as well,
> How does .Net support .valueOf(<XPathExpression>)?
> I'm interested
> because the fact that MSXML 3 only supports XPath
> expressions that
> return node-lists is a bit of a frustration, and I
> couldn't find any
> improvement on this in .Net beta 2.
I don't think .NET's XML DOM API has any method
analogous to Oracle's .valueOf(<XPathExpression>)
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