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Topic Title: XML create node
Topic Summary: Expression must evalueate to a node-set
Created On: 05/28/2018 02:52 AM
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 XML create node   - AndreasHeydeck - 05/28/2018 02:52 AM  
 XML create node   - AndreasHeydeck - 05/28/2018 03:59 AM  
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Answer This question was answered by AndreasHeydeck, on Monday, May 28, 2018 3:59 AM

Answer:
Nevermind this question. No need for slash... =)
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AndreasHeydeck
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Hey!

I'm tryiing to import a list of people into a system that requires xml in a specific format.

I cant seem to wrap my head around how this works in Automate - i can't even seem to create a simple child node. And yes, i've even brushed up on my xpath at W3.

I've attached a very simplified version of the three steps required:
1. Create a new xml instance, with a root node.
2. Create a child node under the root.
3. End session and save the xml file.

At step 2, i get error message Invalid XPath expression: Expression must evaluate to a node-set.

What am i doing wrong?

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Nevermind this question. No need for slash... =)

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