[xsd-users] Re: accessing parsed values
boris at codesynthesis.com
Wed Nov 11 12:23:50 EST 2009
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Dmitry Kekelidze <dkekel at gmail.com> writes:
> I'm writing a class to use parsed values from xml. How can I access them?
> For example in print imp I have such code:
> void samplesDescriptionType_pimpl::
> documentId (const ::std::string& documentId)
> std::cout << "documentId: " << documentId << std::endl;
> and I need to acces documentId directly. Can You help me with this?
The C++/Parser mapping that you are using does not store the data
that is extracted from XML so the callback functions are the only
place where the data is available. Depending on your requirements,
you may want to store the data in your own data structure. The
mapping provides a mechanism for assembling such an "object model"
from the XML document as it is being parsed. See Chapter 4, "Type
Maps" in the C++/Parser Getting Started Guide for more information
on how to do this:
Alternatively, you may want to consider using an in-memory mapping,
such as C++/Tree, that automatically creates the object model which
can then be accessed directly.
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