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Reading XML Values

 
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I want to retrieve all values from an xml no matter what the tag. Currently I have the code working for a normal xml:


The problem I am having is when I need to read the value of a tag in the following format:

<import resource="somecustomconfig.xml" />


I need to extract the "somecustomconfig.xml" and I can not get it to work. Is there a quick fix to this using my current code structure?
 
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Too difficult a question for "beginning Java". Moving.
 
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element.getAttribtue(String name)?
 
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element.getAttribtue(String name)



The only problem is I will not know the contents of the xml, so I can not pass it name parameter.
 
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You're reading random XML?

public NamedNodeMap getAttributes()

Reading the API will help you.
 
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