Hi,

I tried XML PARSE some years ago and had problems with encoding of XML
document.
In that time I have posted some questions in this mailing list:
http://archive.midrange.com/cobol400-l/200509/msg00002.html
and at Tek-Tips:
http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1101822
You can find an example in the ILE COBOL Programmer’s Guide

Since then I solved the problem with encoding. I have now a working
example, but I never used XML PARSE in production.
I used in production only XML GENERATE

Regards

Roman







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Date:
19.10.2011 10:23
Subject:
[COBOL400-L] COBOL XML Parser?
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Hi.

I've been looking for something to parse simple XML-files into DB2-files,
and in midrange.com I find this:

'COBOL has an XML parser built in starting with V5R3.'

Anyone of you who have used this - or can direct me to examples of use?



Mvh. / Regards / Terveisin

Geir.

"Keep it simple!"



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