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Removing Tag from XML


I have this XML:


















I need to know, how to remove the "item" tag from this XML.

I'm trying this:

NodeList controleWS = docOut.getElementsByTagName("Controle");

Text funcao = docOut.createTextNode(controleRFC.item(0).getFirstChild().getNodeValue());

Text cnpj = docOut.createTextNode(controleRFC.item(0).getFirstChild().getNodeValue());




NodeList ndGanhadorIn = docIn.getElementsByTagName("GANHADOR");

NodeList ndGanhadorOut = docOut.getElementsByTagName("Ganhador");

/*Text txtColNumber = docOut.createTextNode(ndGanhadorIn.item(0).getFirstChild().getNodeValue());

Text txtCodItem = docOut.createTextNode(ndGanhadorIn.item(0).getFirstChild().getNodeValue());

Text txtCodSAP = docOut.createTextNode(ndGanhadorIn.item(0).getFirstChild().getNodeValue());

Text txtCodRodada = docOut.createTextNode(ndGanhadorIn.item(0).getFirstChild().getNodeValue());*/

Text txtColNumber = docOut.createTextNode("0");

Text txtCodItem = docOut.createTextNode("1");

Text txtCodSAP = docOut.createTextNode("2");

Text txtCodRodada = docOut.createTextNode("3");





}catch(Exception e){

System.out.println("Ganhador -> " + e);


It works with Controle tag, but doesn't work with Ganhador.

What can I do?


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    Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 12:12 PM


    > Hi...


    > I have this XML:

    > <CONTROLE>

    > <item>

    > <FUNCAO>123456</FUNCAO>

    > <CNPJANCORA>1234123412341234</CNPJANCORA>



    > </item>

    > </CONTROLE>

    > <GANHADOR>

    > <item>


    > <CODIGOITEM>234234234</CODIGOITEM>

    > <CODIGOSAP>23423423423</CODIGOSAP>


    > </item>

    > </GANHADOR>

    > <RETURN />


    > I need to know, how to remove the "item" tag from this XML.

    i would suggest a simple replaceAll java function.


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