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Thread: Java XML Parsing

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    Default Java XML Parsing

    Hi..

    This is my first post here. Will try and explain as neat as I can :-P

    I have an element in an xml file which goes like this -->
    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <request table='rated_cdr' orderby='user,destination'>
    <aggregates>
    <aggregate fieldname='destination' type='standard' />
    <aggregate fieldname='user' type='standard' />
    <filter fieldname='user' operator='IN'>08002075538598,08702075538598</filter>
    </aggregates>
    <filters>
    <filter operand='WHERE' fieldname='user' operator='IN' value='08002075538598,08702075538598'>
    <filter operand='AND' fieldname='billed' operator='='>N</filter>
    </filter>
    <filter operand='OR' fieldname='billed' operator='!='>false</filter>
    </filters>
    <fields>
    <field>type</field>
    </fields>
    </request>
    <!-- End Result SELECT type,user,destination FROM rated_cdr WHERE (user IN('08002075538598', '08702075538598') AND BILLED = 'N')
    OR BILLED != 'N' GROUP BY destination, user, type HAVING user IN (08002075538598, 0800207553859) ORDER BY user,destination
    -->

    Any ideas how I can get this done?? I have used a Dom parser and built up the query without the filters element. I am struggling how to get that bit alone done..

    Any help would be much appreciated..
    Thanks
    Chr


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    Default Re: Java XML Parsing

    Hello nimilc2002.

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    I am a bit confused as to what the question is here?!
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