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<xtags:valueOF> problem

 
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Hi all,
I use xtags in my jsp and works goed but i have problems with getting an attribute.
I scroll through the xml with a


Works great, but then i ask for an attribute of that nodename, and the first node he doesn't do it, but the other nodes he does.


here is example of xml:


the output should be like this
1 = test1
2 = test2
3 = test3
4 = test4
but it shows this:
1 =
2 = test2
3 = test3
4 = test4
Someone knows what the problem might be?
I parse the xml with the <io arse> tags.
thank you...
maesj
 
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