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Thread: xml parsing getting all subtags without giving it's name

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    Default xml parsing getting all subtags without giving it's name

    Hi,
    I want to get all sub tags and it's values within a specific root tag.the subtags are dynamic so i couldn't give it in getElementByTagNames() method.please suggest me

    Thanks in advance....


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    Default Re: xml parsing getting all subtags without giving it's name

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    What code have you tried? Please show us an example XML file and example output.
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