CkXmlW Unicode C++ Reference Documentation

CkXmlW

Current Version: 9.5.0.73

A free non-validating XML parser component with encryption and compression features.

Object Creation

// Local variable on the stack
CkXmlW obj;

// Dynamically allocate/delete
CkXmlW *pObj = new CkXmlW();
// ...
delete pObj;

Properties

Cdata
bool get_Cdata(void);
void put_Cdata(bool newVal);

When True, causes an XML node's content to be encapsulated in a CDATA section.

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Content
void get_Content(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *content(void);
void put_Content(const wchar_t *str);

The content of the XML node. It is the text between the open and close tags, not including child nodes. For example:

<tag1>This is the content</tag1>

<tag2><child1>abc</child1><child2>abc</child2>This is the content</tag2>
Because the child nodes are not included, the content of "tag1" and "tag2" are both equal to "This is the content".

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ContentInt
int get_ContentInt(void);
void put_ContentInt(int newVal);

Set/get the content as an integer.

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DebugLogFilePath
void get_DebugLogFilePath(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *debugLogFilePath(void);
void put_DebugLogFilePath(const wchar_t *str);

If set to a file path, causes each Chilkat method or property call to automatically append it's LastErrorText to the specified log file. The information is appended such that if a hang or crash occurs, it is possible to see the context in which the problem occurred, as well as a history of all Chilkat calls up to the point of the problem. The VerboseLogging property can be set to provide more detailed information.

This property is typically used for debugging the rare cases where a Chilkat method call hangs or generates an exception that halts program execution (i.e. crashes). A hang or crash should generally never happen. The typical causes of a hang are:

  1. a timeout related property was set to 0 to explicitly indicate that an infinite timeout is desired,
  2. the hang is actually a hang within an event callback (i.e. it is a hang within the application code), or
  3. there is an internal problem (bug) in the Chilkat code that causes the hang.

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DocType
void get_DocType(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *docType(void);
void put_DocType(const wchar_t *str);

The DOCTYPE declaration (if any) for the XML document.

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EmitBom
bool get_EmitBom(void);
void put_EmitBom(bool newVal);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.44

If true, then emit the BOM (byte order mark, also known as a preamble) for encodings such as utf-8, utf-16, etc. The defautl value is false. This only applies when writing XML files. It does not apply when getting the XML as a string via the GetXml method.

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EmitCompact
bool get_EmitCompact(void);
void put_EmitCompact(bool newVal);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.64

If true, then GetXml and GetXmlSb emit compact XML. The XML emitted has no unnecessary whitespace, incuding no end-of-lines (CR's and/or LF's). The default value is false, which maintains backward compatibility.

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EmitXmlDecl
bool get_EmitXmlDecl(void);
void put_EmitXmlDecl(bool newVal);

If true, then the XML declaration is emitted for methods (such as GetXml or SaveXml) where the XML is written to a file or string. The default value of this property is true. If set to false, the XML declaration is not emitted. (The XML declaration is the 1st line of an XML document starting with "<?xml ...".

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Encoding
void get_Encoding(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *encoding(void);
void put_Encoding(const wchar_t *str);

This is the encoding attribute in the XML declaration, such as "utf-8" or "iso-8859-1". The default is "utf-8". This property can be set from any node in the XML document and when set, causes the encoding property to be added to the XML declaration. Setting this property does not cause the document to be converted to a different encoding.

Calling any of the LoadXml* methods causes this property to be set to the charset found within the XML, if any. If no charset is specified within the loaded XML, then the LoadXml method resets this property to its default value of "utf-8".

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I
int get_I(void);
void put_I(int newVal);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.64

Used in tagPaths (and ChilkatPath). The value of this property is substituted for "i" in "[i]". See the example below..

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J
int get_J(void);
void put_J(int newVal);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.64

Used in tagPaths (and ChilkatPath). The value of this property is substituted for "j" in "[j]". See the example below..

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K
int get_K(void);
void put_K(int newVal);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.64

Used in tagPaths (and ChilkatPath). The value of this property is substituted for "k" in "[k]". See the example below..

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LastErrorHtml
void get_LastErrorHtml(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *lastErrorHtml(void);

Provides information in HTML format about the last method/property called. If a method call returns a value indicating failure, or behaves unexpectedly, examine this property to get more information.

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LastErrorText
void get_LastErrorText(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *lastErrorText(void);

Provides information in plain-text format about the last method/property called. If a method call returns a value indicating failure, or behaves unexpectedly, examine this property to get more information.

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LastErrorXml
void get_LastErrorXml(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *lastErrorXml(void);

Provides information in XML format about the last method/property called. If a method call returns a value indicating failure, or behaves unexpectedly, examine this property to get more information.

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LastMethodSuccess
bool get_LastMethodSuccess(void);
void put_LastMethodSuccess(bool newVal);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.52

Indicate whether the last method call succeeded or failed. A value of true indicates success, a value of false indicates failure. This property is automatically set for method calls. It is not modified by property accesses. The property is automatically set to indicate success for the following types of method calls:

  • Any method that returns a string.
  • Any method returning a Chilkat object, binary bytes, or a date/time.
  • Any method returning a standard boolean status value where success = true and failure = false.
  • Any method returning an integer where failure is defined by a return value less than zero.

Note: Methods that do not fit the above requirements will always set this property equal to true. For example, a method that returns no value (such as a "void" in C++) will technically always succeed.

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NumAttributes
int get_NumAttributes(void);

The number of attributes. For example, the following node has 2 attributes:

<tag attr1="value1" attr2="value2"> This is the content</tag>

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NumChildren
int get_NumChildren(void);

The number of direct child nodes contained under this XML node.

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SortCaseInsensitive
bool get_SortCaseInsensitive(void);
void put_SortCaseInsensitive(bool newVal);

If true (or 1 for ActiveX), then all Sort* methods use case insensitive sorting.

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Standalone
bool get_Standalone(void);
void put_Standalone(bool newVal);

This is the standalone attribute in the XML declaration. This property can be set from any node in the XML document. A value of true adds a standalone="yes" to the XML declaration:

<?xml ... standalone="yes">

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Tag
void get_Tag(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *tag(void);
void put_Tag(const wchar_t *str);

The XML node's tag.

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TreeId
int get_TreeId(void);

Each tree (or XML document) has a unique TreeId. This is the ID of the tree, and can be used to determine if two Xml objects belong to the same tree.

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VerboseLogging
bool get_VerboseLogging(void);
void put_VerboseLogging(bool newVal);

If set to true, then the contents of LastErrorText (or LastErrorXml, or LastErrorHtml) may contain more verbose information. The default value is false. Verbose logging should only be used for debugging. The potentially large quantity of logged information may adversely affect peformance.

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Version
void get_Version(CkString &str);
const wchar_t *version(void);

Version of the component/library, such as "9.5.0.63"

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Methods

AccumulateTagContent
bool AccumulateTagContent(const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *skipTags, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *accumulateTagContent(const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *skipTags);

Accumulates the content of all nodes having a specific tag into a single result string. SkipTags specifies a set of subtrees to be avoided. The skipTags are formatted as a string of tags delimited by vertical bar characters. All nodes in sub-trees rooted with a tag appearing in skipTags are not included in the result.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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AddAttribute
bool AddAttribute(const wchar_t *name, const wchar_t *value);

Adds an attribute to the calling node in the XML document. Returns True for success, and False for failure.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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AddAttributeInt
bool AddAttributeInt(const wchar_t *name, int value);

Adds an integer attribute to a node.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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AddChildTree
bool AddChildTree(CkXmlW &tree);

Adds an entire subtree as a child. If the child was a subtree within another Xml document then the subtree is effectively transferred from one XML document to another.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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AddOrUpdateAttribute
void AddOrUpdateAttribute(const wchar_t *name, const wchar_t *value);

Adds an attribute to an XML node. If an attribute having the specified name already exists, the value is updated.

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AddOrUpdateAttributeI
void AddOrUpdateAttributeI(const wchar_t *name, int value);

Adds an integer attribute to an XML node. If an attribute having the specified name already exists, the value is updated.

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AddStyleSheet
void AddStyleSheet(const wchar_t *styleSheet);

Adds a style sheet declaration to the XML document. The styleSheet should be a string such as:

<?xml-stylesheet href="mystyle.css" title="Compact" type="text/css"?>

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AddToAttribute
void AddToAttribute(const wchar_t *name, int amount);

Adds an integer amount to an integer attribute's value. If the attribute does not yet exist, this method behaves the same as AddOrUpdateAttributeI.

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AddToChildContent
void AddToChildContent(const wchar_t *tag, int amount);

Adds an integer value to the content of a child node.

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AddToContent
void AddToContent(int amount);

Adds an integer amount to the node's content.

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AppendToContent
bool AppendToContent(const wchar_t *str);

Appends text to the content of an XML node

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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BEncodeContent
bool BEncodeContent(const wchar_t *charset, const void *inData);

Sets the node's content with 8bit data that is in a specified multibyte character encoding such as utf-8, shift-jis, big5, etc. The data is first B-encoded and the content is set to be the B-encoded string. For example, if called with "Big5"for the charset, you would get a string that looks something like this: "=?Big5?B?pHCtsw==?=". The data is Base64-encoded and stored between the last pair of "?" delimiters. Use the DecodeContent method to retrieve the byte data from a B encoded string.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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ChildContentMatches
bool ChildContentMatches(const wchar_t *tagPath, const wchar_t *pattern, bool caseSensitive);

Return true if a child at the specified tagPath contains content that matches a wildcarded pattern. Otherwise returns false.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

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ChilkatPath
bool ChilkatPath(const wchar_t *pathCmd, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *chilkatPath(const wchar_t *pathCmd);

Follows a series of commands to navigate through an XML document to return a piece of data or update the caller's reference to a new XML document node.

Note: This method not related to the XPath (XML Path) standard in any way.

The pathCmd is formatted as a series of commands separated by vertical bar characters, and terminated with a return-command:

    <i>command</i>|<i>command</i>|<i>command</i>|...|<i>returnCommand</i>

A command can be any of the following:

  1. TagName -- Navigate to the 1st direct child with the given tag.
  2. TagName[n] -- Navigate to the Nth direct child with the given tag.
  3. .. -- Navigate up to the parent
  4. TagName{Content} -- Navigate to the 1st direct child with the given tag having the exact content.
  5. /T/TagName -- Traverse the XML DOM tree (rooted at the caller) and navigate to the 1st node having the given tag.
  6. /C/TagName,ContentPattern -- Traverse the XML DOM tree (rooted at the caller) and navigate to the 1st node having the given tag with content that matches the ContentPattern. ContentPattern may use one or more asterisk ('*") characters to represent 0 or more of any character.
  7. /C/ContentPattern -- Traverse the XML DOM tree (rooted at the caller) and navigate to the 1st node having any tag with content that matches the ContentPattern. ContentPattern may use one or more asterisk ('*") characters to represent 0 or more of any character.
  8. /A/TagName,AttrName,AttrValuePattern -- Traverse the XML DOM tree (rooted at the caller) and navigate to the 1st node having the given tag, and attribute, with the attribute value that matches the AttrValuePattern. AttrValuePattern may use one or more asterisk ('*") characters to represent 0 or more of any character.
The returnCommand can be any of the following:
  1. * -- Return the Content of the node.
  2. (AttrName) -- Return the value of the given attribute.
  3. $ -- Update the caller's internal reference to be the node (arrived at by following the series of commands). Returns an empty string.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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Clear
void Clear(void);

Removes all children, attributes, and content from the XML node. Resets the tag name to "unnamed".

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ContentMatches
bool ContentMatches(const wchar_t *pattern, bool caseSensitive);

Return true if the node's content matches a wildcarded pattern.

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Copy
void Copy(CkXmlW &node);

Copies the tag, content, and attributes to the calling node.

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CopyRef
void CopyRef(CkXmlW ©FromNode);

Discards the caller's current internal reference and copies the internal reference from copyFromNode. Effectively updates the caller node to point to the same node in the XML document as copyFromNode.

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DecodeContent
bool DecodeContent(CkByteData &outData);
const wchar_t *decodeContent(void);

Decodes a node's Q or B-encoded content string and returns the byte data.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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DecodeEntities
bool DecodeEntities(const wchar_t *str, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *decodeEntities(const wchar_t *str);

Utility method to decode HTML entities. It accepts a string containing (potentially) HTML entities and returns a string with the entities decoded.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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DecryptContent
bool DecryptContent(const wchar_t *password);

Decrypts the content of an XML node that was previously 128-bit AES encrypted with the EncryptContent method.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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EncryptContent
bool EncryptContent(const wchar_t *password);

Encrypts the content of the calling XML node using 128-bit CBC AES encryption. The base64-encoded encrypted content replaces the original content.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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ExtractChildByIndex
CkXmlW *ExtractChildByIndex(int index);

Removes and returns the Nth child of an XML node. The first child is at index 0.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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ExtractChildByName
CkXmlW *ExtractChildByName(const wchar_t *tagPath, const wchar_t *attrName, const wchar_t *attrValue);

Removes and returns the first child node at the specified tag or tag path. The attrName and attrValue may be empty, in which case the first child matching the tag is removed and returned. If attrName is specified, then the first child having a tag equal to tagPath, and an attribute with attrName is returned. If attrValue is also specified, then only a child having a tag equal to tagPath, and an attribute named attrName, with a value equal to attrValue is returned.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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FindChild
CkXmlW *FindChild(const wchar_t *tagPath);

Returns the child with the given tag or at the specified tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

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FindChild2
bool FindChild2(const wchar_t *tagPath);

Updates the Xml object's internal reference to point to a child at the specified tag or tagPath.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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FindNextRecord
CkXmlW *FindNextRecord(const wchar_t *tagPath, const wchar_t *contentPattern);

Returns the next record node where the child with a specific tag matches a wildcarded pattern. This method makes it easy to iterate over high-level records.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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FindOrAddNewChild
CkXmlW *FindOrAddNewChild(const wchar_t *tagPath);

First checks for a child at tagPath, and if found, returns it. Otherwise creates a new child with empty content.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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FirstChild
CkXmlW *FirstChild(void);

Returns the first child. A program can step through the children by calling FirstChild, and then NextSibling repeatedly.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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FirstChild2
bool FirstChild2(void);

Updates the internal reference of the caller to point to its first child.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetAttributeName
bool GetAttributeName(int index, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *getAttributeName(int index);

Returns the name of the Nth attribute of an XML node. The first attribute is at index 0.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetAttributeValue
bool GetAttributeValue(int index, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *getAttributeValue(int index);

Returns the value of the Nth attribute of an XML node. The first attribute is at index 0.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetAttributeValueInt
int GetAttributeValueInt(int index);

Returns an attribute as an integer. Returns 0 if the attribute does not exist.

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GetAttrValue
bool GetAttrValue(const wchar_t *name, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *getAttrValue(const wchar_t *name);

Find and return the value of an attribute having a specified name.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetAttrValueInt
int GetAttrValueInt(const wchar_t *name);

Returns an attribute as an integer. Returns 0 if the attribute does not exist.

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GetBinaryContent
bool GetBinaryContent(bool unzipFlag, bool decryptFlag, const wchar_t *password, CkByteData &outData);
const wchar_t *getBinaryContent(bool unzipFlag, bool decryptFlag, const wchar_t *password);

Returns binary content of an XML node as a byte array. The content may have been Zip compressed, AES encrypted, or both. Unzip compression and AES decryption flags should be set appropriately.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetChild
CkXmlW *GetChild(int index);

Returns the Nth child of an XML node

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetChild2
bool GetChild2(int index);

Updates the calling object's internal reference to the Nth child node.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetChildBoolValue
bool GetChildBoolValue(const wchar_t *tagPath);

Returns false if the node's content is "0", otherwise returns true if the node contains a non-zero integer. The tagPath can be a tag or a tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "colors|primary|red".

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GetChildContent
bool GetChildContent(const wchar_t *tagPath, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *getChildContent(const wchar_t *tagPath);

Returns the content of a child having a specified tag. The tagPath can be a tag or a tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "colors|primary|red".

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetChildContentByIndex
bool GetChildContentByIndex(int index, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *getChildContentByIndex(int index);

Returns the content of the Nth child node.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetChildExact
CkXmlW *GetChildExact(const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *content);

Returns the child having the exact tag and content.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetChildIntValue
int GetChildIntValue(const wchar_t *tagPath);

Returns the child integer content for a given tag. The tagPath can be a tag or a tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "colors|primary|red".

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GetChildTag
bool GetChildTag(int index, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *getChildTag(int index);

Returns the tag name of the Nth child node.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetChildTagByIndex
bool GetChildTagByIndex(int index, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *getChildTagByIndex(int index);

Returns the tag name of the Nth child node.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetChildWithAttr
CkXmlW *GetChildWithAttr(const wchar_t *tagPath, const wchar_t *attrName, const wchar_t *attrValue);

Finds and returns the XML child node having both a given tag and an attribute with a given name and value.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetChildWithContent
CkXmlW *GetChildWithContent(const wchar_t *content);

Returns the first child found having the exact content specified.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetChildWithTag
CkXmlW *GetChildWithTag(const wchar_t *tagPath);

Returns the child at the specified tag or tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetNthChildWithTag
CkXmlW *GetNthChildWithTag(const wchar_t *tag, int n);

Returns the Nth child having a tag that matches exactly with the tagName. Use the NumChildrenHavingTag method to determine how many children have a particular tag.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetNthChildWithTag2
bool GetNthChildWithTag2(const wchar_t *tag, int n);

Updates the calling object's internal reference to the Nth child node having a specific tag.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetParent
CkXmlW *GetParent(void);

Returns the parent of this XML node, or NULL if the node is the root of the tree.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetParent2
bool GetParent2(void);

Updates the internal reference of the caller to its parent.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetRoot
CkXmlW *GetRoot(void);

Returns the root node of the XML document

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetRoot2
void GetRoot2(void);

Updates the internal reference of the caller to the document root.

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GetSelf
CkXmlW *GetSelf(void);

Returns a new XML object instance that references the same XML node.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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GetXml
bool GetXml(CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *getXml(void);

Generate the XML text document for the XML tree rooted at this node. If called from the root node of the XML document, then the XML declarator ("<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>") is included at the beginning of the XML. Otherwise, it is not included.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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GetXmlSb
bool GetXmlSb(CkStringBuilderW &sb);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.62

Emits the XML to a StringBuilder object. (Appends to the existing contents of sb.)

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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HasAttribute
bool HasAttribute(const wchar_t *name);

Returns true if the node contains an attribute with the specified name.

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HasAttrWithValue
bool HasAttrWithValue(const wchar_t *name, const wchar_t *value);

Returns true if the node contains attribute with the name and value.

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HasChildWithContent
bool HasChildWithContent(const wchar_t *content);

Returns true if the node has a direct child node containing the exact content string specified.

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HasChildWithTag
bool HasChildWithTag(const wchar_t *tagPath);

Returns true if the node has a child with the given tag (or tag path). Otherwise returns false.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

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HasChildWithTagAndContent
bool HasChildWithTagAndContent(const wchar_t *tagPath, const wchar_t *content);

Returns true if the node contains child with the given tag (or tag path) and content specified.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

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InsertChildTreeAfter
void InsertChildTreeAfter(int index, CkXmlW &tree);

Adds an entire subtree as a child. If the child was a subtree within another Xml document then the subtree is effectively transferred from one XML document to another. The child tree is inserted in a position after the Nth child (of the calling node).

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InsertChildTreeBefore
void InsertChildTreeBefore(int index, CkXmlW &tree);

Adds an entire subtree as a child. If the child was a subtree within another Xml document then the subtree is effectively transferred from one XML document to another. The child tree is inserted in a position before the Nth child (of the calling node).

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LastChild
CkXmlW *LastChild(void);

Returns the last Xml child node. A node's children can be enumerated by calling LastChild and then repeatedly calling PreviousSibling, until a NULL is returned.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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LastChild2
bool LastChild2(void);

Updates the internal reference of the caller to its last child.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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LoadSb
bool LoadSb(CkStringBuilderW &sb, bool autoTrim);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.62

Loads XML from the contents of a StringBuilder object.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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LoadXml
bool LoadXml(const wchar_t *xmlData);

Loads an XML document from a memory buffer and returns true if successful. The contents of the calling node are replaced with the root node of the XML document loaded.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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LoadXml2
bool LoadXml2(const wchar_t *xmlData, bool autoTrim);

Same as LoadXml, but an additional argument controls whether or not leading/trailing whitespace is auto-trimmed from each leaf node's content.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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LoadXmlFile
bool LoadXmlFile(const wchar_t *fileName);

Loads an XML document from a file and returns true if successful. The contents of the calling node are replaced with the root node of the XML document loaded.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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LoadXmlFile2
bool LoadXmlFile2(const wchar_t *fileName, bool autoTrim);

Same as LoadXmlFile, but an additional argument controls whether or not leading/trailing whitespace is auto-trimmed from each leaf node's content.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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NewChild
CkXmlW *NewChild(const wchar_t *tagPath, const wchar_t *content);

Creates a new child having tag and content. The new child is created even if a child with a tag equal to tagPath already exists. (Use FindOrAddNewChild to prevent creating children having the same tags.)

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "colors|primary|red". See the example below for details.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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NewChild2
void NewChild2(const wchar_t *tagPath, const wchar_t *content);

Creates a new child node, but does not return the node that is created. The tagPath can be a tag or a tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "colors|primary|red". See the example below for details.

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NewChildAfter
CkXmlW *NewChildAfter(int index, const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *content);

Inserts a new child in a position after the Nth child node.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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NewChildBefore
CkXmlW *NewChildBefore(int index, const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *content);

Inserts a new child in a position before the Nth child node.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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NewChildInt2
void NewChildInt2(const wchar_t *tagPath, int value);

Inserts a new child having an integer for content. The tagPath can be a tag or a tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "colors|primary|red". See the example below for details.

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NextSibling
CkXmlW *NextSibling(void);

Returns the nodes next sibling, or NULL if there are no more.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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NextSibling2
bool NextSibling2(void);

Updates the internal reference of the caller to its next sibling.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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NumChildrenAt
int NumChildrenAt(const wchar_t *tagPath);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.64

Returns the number of children for the node indicated by tagPath. Returns -1 if the node at tagPath does not exist.

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NumChildrenHavingTag
int NumChildrenHavingTag(const wchar_t *tag);

Returns the number of children having a specific tag name.

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PreviousSibling
CkXmlW *PreviousSibling(void);

Returns the Xml object that is the node's previous sibling, or NULL if there are no more.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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PreviousSibling2
bool PreviousSibling2(void);

Updates the internal reference of the caller to its previous sibling.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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QEncodeContent
bool QEncodeContent(const wchar_t *charset, const void *inData);

Sets the node's content with 8bit data that is in a specified multibyte character encoding such as utf-8, shift-jis, big5, etc. The data is first Q-encoded and the content is set to be the Q-encoded string. For example, if called with "gb2312"for the charset, you would get a string that looks something like this: "=?gb2312?Q?=C5=B5=BB=F9?=". Character that are not 7bit are represented as "=XX" where XX is the hexidecimal value of the byte. Use the DecodeContent method to retrieve the byte data from a Q encoded string.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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RemoveAllAttributes
bool RemoveAllAttributes(void);

Removes all attributes from an XML node. Should always return True.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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RemoveAllChildren
void RemoveAllChildren(void);

Removes all children from the calling node.

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RemoveAttribute
bool RemoveAttribute(const wchar_t *name);

Removes an attribute by name from and XML node.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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RemoveChild
void RemoveChild(const wchar_t *tagPath);

Removes all children with a given tag or tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

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RemoveChildByIndex
void RemoveChildByIndex(int index);

Removes the Nth child from the calling node.

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RemoveChildWithContent
void RemoveChildWithContent(const wchar_t *content);

Removes all children having the exact content specified.

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RemoveFromTree
void RemoveFromTree(void);

Removes the calling object and its sub-tree from the XML document making it the root of its own tree.

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SaveBinaryContent
bool SaveBinaryContent(const wchar_t *filename, bool unzipFlag, bool decryptFlag, const wchar_t *password);

Saves a node's binary content to a file.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SaveLastError
bool SaveLastError(const wchar_t *path);

Saves the last-error information (the contents of LastErrorXml) to an XML formatted file.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SaveXml
bool SaveXml(const wchar_t *fileName);

Generates XML representing the tree or subtree rooted at this node and writes it to a file.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SearchAllForContent
CkXmlW *SearchAllForContent(CkXmlW *afterPtr, const wchar_t *contentPattern);

Returns the first node having content matching the contentPattern. The contentPattern is a case-sensitive string that may contain any number of '*'s, each representing 0 or more occurrences of any character. The search is breadth-first over the sub-tree rooted at the caller. A match is returned only after the search has traversed past the node indicated by afterPtr. To find the 1st occurrence, set afterPtr equal to NULL. (For the ActiveX implementation, the afterPtr should never be NULL. A reference to the caller's node should be passed instead.)

To iterate over matching nodes, the returned node can be passed in afterPtr for the next call to SearchAllForContent, until the method returns NULL.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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SearchAllForContent2
bool SearchAllForContent2(CkXmlW *afterPtr, const wchar_t *contentPattern);

Same as SearchAllForContent except the internal reference of the caller is updated to point to the search result (instead of returning a new object).

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SearchForAttribute
CkXmlW *SearchForAttribute(CkXmlW *afterPtr, const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *attr, const wchar_t *valuePattern);

Returns the first node having a tag equal to tag, an attribute named attr, whose value matches valuePattern. The valuePattern is a case-sensitive string that may contain any number of '*'s, each representing 0 or more occurrences of any character. The search is breadth-first over the sub-tree rooted at the caller. A match is returned only after the search has traversed past the node indicated by afterPtr. To find the 1st occurrence, set afterPtr equal to NULL. (For the ActiveX implementation, the afterPtr should never be NULL. A reference to the caller's node should be passed instead.)

To iterate over matching nodes, the returned node can be passed in afterPtr for the next call to SearchForAttribute, until the method returns NULL.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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SearchForAttribute2
bool SearchForAttribute2(CkXmlW *afterPtr, const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *attr, const wchar_t *valuePattern);

Same as SearchForAttribute except the internal reference of the caller is updated to point to the search result (instead of returning a new object).

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SearchForContent
CkXmlW *SearchForContent(CkXmlW *afterPtr, const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *contentPattern);

Returns the first node having a tag equal to tag, whose content matches contentPattern. The contentPattern is a case-sensitive string that may contain any number of '*'s, each representing 0 or more occurrences of any character. The search is breadth-first over the sub-tree rooted at the caller. A match is returned only after the search has traversed past the node indicated by afterPtr. To find the 1st occurrence, set afterPtr equal to NULL. (For the ActiveX implementation, the afterPtr should never be NULL. A reference to the caller's node should be passed instead.)

To iterate over matching nodes, the returned node can be passed in afterPtr for the next call to SearchForContent, until the method returns NULL.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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SearchForContent2
bool SearchForContent2(CkXmlW *afterPtr, const wchar_t *tag, const wchar_t *contentPattern);

Same as SearchForContent except the internal reference of the caller is updated to point to the search result (instead of returning a new object).

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SearchForTag
CkXmlW *SearchForTag(CkXmlW *afterPtr, const wchar_t *tag);

Returns the first node having a tag equal to tag. The search is breadth-first over the sub-tree rooted at the caller. A match is returned only after the search has traversed past the node indicated by afterPtr. To find the 1st occurrence, set afterPtr equal to NULL. (For the ActiveX implementation, the afterPtr should never be NULL. A reference to the caller's node should be passed instead.)

To iterate over matching nodes, the returned node can be passed in afterPtr for the next call to SearchForTag, until the method returns NULL.

Note: The application is responsible for deleting (via the C++ delete operator) the object returned by this method.

Returns NULL on failure

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SearchForTag2
bool SearchForTag2(CkXmlW *afterPtr, const wchar_t *tag);

Same as SearchForTag except the internal reference of the caller is updated to point to the search result (instead of returning a new object).

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SetBinaryContent
bool SetBinaryContent(const void *inData, bool zipFlag, bool encryptFlag, const wchar_t *password);

Sets the node's content to a block of binary data with optional Zip compression and/or AES encryption. The binary data is automatically converted to base64 format whenever XML text is generated. If the zipFlag is True, the data is first compressed. If the encryptFlag is True, the data is AES encrypted using the Rijndael 128-bit symmetric-encryption algorithm.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SetBinaryContent2
bool SetBinaryContent2(const unsigned char *pByteData, unsigned long szByteData, bool zipFlag, bool encryptFlag, const wchar_t *password);

The same as SetBinaryContent but the data is provided via a pointer and byte count.

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SetBinaryContentFromFile
bool SetBinaryContentFromFile(const wchar_t *filename, bool zipFlag, bool encryptFlag, const wchar_t *password);

Sets the node's content with binary (or text) data from a file. The file contents can be Zip compressed and/or encrypted, and the result is base-64 encoded.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SortByAttribute
void SortByAttribute(const wchar_t *attrName, bool ascending);

Sorts the direct child nodes by the value of a specified attribute.

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SortByAttributeInt
void SortByAttributeInt(const wchar_t *attrName, bool ascending);

Sorts the direct child nodes by the value of a specified attribute interpreted as an integer (not lexicographically as strings).

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SortByContent
void SortByContent(bool ascending);

Sorts the direct child nodes by content.

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SortByTag
void SortByTag(bool ascending);

Sorts the direct child nodes by tag.

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SortRecordsByAttribute
void SortRecordsByAttribute(const wchar_t *sortTag, const wchar_t *attrName, bool ascending);

Sorts the direct child nodes by the content of an attribute in the grandchild nodes.

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SortRecordsByContent
void SortRecordsByContent(const wchar_t *sortTag, bool ascending);

Sorts the direct child nodes by the content of the grandchild nodes.

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SortRecordsByContentInt
void SortRecordsByContentInt(const wchar_t *sortTag, bool ascending);

Sorts the direct child nodes by the content of the grandchild nodes. For sorting purposes, the content is interpreted as an integer (not lexicographically as for strings).

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SwapNode
bool SwapNode(CkXmlW &node);

Swaps another node's tag, content, and attributes with this one.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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SwapTree
bool SwapTree(CkXmlW &tree);

Swaps another node's tag, content, attributes, and children with this one.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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TagContent
bool TagContent(const wchar_t *tagName, CkString &outStr);
const wchar_t *tagContent(const wchar_t *tagName);

Returns the content of the 1st node found in the sub-tree rooted at the caller that has a given tag. (Note: The search for the node having tag ARG is not limited to the direct children of the caller.)

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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TagEquals
bool TagEquals(const wchar_t *tag);

Returns true if the node's tag equals the specified string.

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UnzipContent
bool UnzipContent(void);

Unzip the content of the XML node replacing it's content with the decompressed data.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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UnzipTree
bool UnzipTree(void);

Unzips and recreates the XML node and the entire subtree, restoring it to the state before it was zip compressed.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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UpdateAt
bool UpdateAt(const wchar_t *tagPath, bool autoCreate, const wchar_t *value);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.64

Updates the content for the node indicated by tagPath. If autoCreate is true, then nodes along tagPath are auto-created as needed.

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UpdateAttrAt
bool UpdateAttrAt(const wchar_t *tagPath, bool autoCreate, const wchar_t *attrName, const wchar_t *attrValue);
Introduced in version 9.5.0.64

Updates or adds the attribute value for the node indicated by tagPath. If autoCreate is true, then nodes along tagPath are auto-created as needed.

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UpdateAttribute
bool UpdateAttribute(const wchar_t *attrName, const wchar_t *attrValue);

Adds an attribute to the node if it doesn't already exist. Otherwise it updates the existing attribute with the new value.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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UpdateAttributeInt
bool UpdateAttributeInt(const wchar_t *attrName, int value);

Updates an attribute value. (Call UpdateAttribute if the attribute value is a string.)

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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UpdateChildContent
void UpdateChildContent(const wchar_t *tagPath, const wchar_t *value);

Replaces the content of a child node. The tagPath can be a tag or tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

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UpdateChildContentInt
void UpdateChildContentInt(const wchar_t *tagPath, int value);

Replaces the content of a child node where the content is an integer. The tagPath can be a tag or tag path.

Beginning in version 9.5.0.64, the tagPath can be a tag path. A tag path is a series of tags separated by vertical bar characters. For example: "tagA|tagB|tagC".

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ZipContent
bool ZipContent(void);

Applies Zip compression to the content of an XML node and replaces the content with base64-encoded compressed data.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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ZipTree
bool ZipTree(void);

Zip compresses the content and entire subtree rooted at the calling XML node and replaces the current content with base64-encoded Zip compressed data. The node and subtree can be restored by calling UnzipTree. Note that the node name and attributes are unaffected.

Returns true for success, false for failure.

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