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How can you iterate through the values of a bapi node?

i try to process the values getting from a bapi call. but the iterator i get is always empty. Neither "it" nor "it1" has any values.

Any ideas?

Regards Jens

try {





Iterator it = wdThis.wdGetContext().nodeIsa_Read_Catalog_Complete_Input().nodeOutput().nodeItems().iterateChildNodes();

Iterator it1= wdThis.wdGetContext().nodeIsa_Read_Catalog_Complete_Input().nodeOutput().nodeItems().getNodeInfo().iterateChildren();

while (it.hasNext()) {

IItemsNode node = (IItemsNode);



} catch (Exception e) {


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  • Best Answer
    Dec 05, 2004 at 06:20 PM

    Hi Jens,

    Incase you want to loop the elements of the node to get the values in attributes you can do in the following manner.

    <i>for(int i = 0; i < wdContext.node<Name of the node>().size(); i++){

    wdContext.node<Name of the node>().moveTo(i);

    wdContext.current<Name of the Node>Element().get<Attribute Name>();


    Hope this helps.



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    Dec 05, 2004 at 06:14 PM

    Hi Jens,

    after "navigating" to the items node, you can loop through the elements of the node like:

    for(int ix = 0; ix < wdContext.nodeX().nodeY().nodeItems().size(); ix++) {
      IXElement element = wdContext.nodeX().nodeY().nodeItems().getXElementAt(ix);
      /** Do something with the element */

    Hope that helps.



    PS.: wdThis.wdGetContext() is exactly the same as the predefined instance member wdContext.

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