Place a Property Node (XML) on the block diagram and examine the available properties.The Property Node (XML) includes the following properties and methods: directory for examples using XML Parser VIs.For example, the Document Object Model (DOM) Core specification defines a programming interface for creating, reading, and manipulating XML documents.The DOM Core specification defines the properties and methods an XML parser must support.You must configure all instances of the XML parser if you want to activate all possible features.You can configure the parser by setting properties on the Document class.
Pretty printing makes XML data easier to read by adding white space and end-of-line (EOL) characters to the XML data.
Lab VIEW supports XPath version 1.0, which is defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Validation is a process by which an XML document is validated.
The XML parser in Lab VIEW is the Xerces 2.7 parser, which uses a document object model (DOM).
Refer to the Knowledge Base at for XML-related resources including the DOM.
The Close VI closes the XML Document reference and returns any errors the VI encounters.