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how i use groovy to insert a node which has attribute and value


how i use groovy to insert a node which has attribute and value

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how i use groovy to insert a node which has attribute and value
Tag : groovy , By : Ron
Date : November 29 2020, 09:01 AM

will help you Below script should give you desired result:
change from yours: three (type:'c', 2334)
import groovy.xml.*
def rootNode = new XmlSlurper().parseText('<root><one a1="uno!"/><two>Some text!</two></root>' )
rootNode.appendNode {
    three (type:'c', 2334)
}
def newRootNode = new StreamingMarkupBuilder().bind {mkp.yield rootNode}.toString()
println newRootNode

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Add Attribute to XML Node Using groovy-wslite


Tag : grails , By : Martin Kopp
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Besides a closure that will build out child elements, you can also pass a map whose key/values will become attributes. The following would generate a SOAP request matching what you have.
@Grab(group='com.github.groovy-wslite', module='groovy-wslite', version='0.7.1')
import wslite.soap.*

def client = new SOAPClient('http://...')
def response = client.send {
    header
    body {
        getSomething(id:'1') {
            //more elements here if needed
        }
    }
}

Groovy xml selecting child node attribute based on parent mode attribute


Tag : groovy , By : Nick Pegg
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I have an xml structure like this , Correcting your xml so it's valid, gives:
def xml = '''<JJJ version="2.0" >
            |  <Data >
            |    <Object class="classX">
            |      <k name="constname1">variable1</k>
            |      <k name="constname2">variable2</k>
            |      <k name="constname3">variable3</k>
            |    </Object>
            |    <Object class="classY">
            |      <k name="constname1">variable14</k>
            |      <k name="constname2">variable15</k>
            |      <k name="constname3">variable16</k>
            |    </Object>
            |    <Object class="classX">
            |      <k name="constname1">variable7</k>
            |      <k name="constname2">variable8</k>
            |      <k name="constname3">variable9</k>
            |    </Object>
            |  </Data>
            |</JJJ>'''.stripMargin()

List var = new XmlSlurper().parseText( xml ).'**'.grep { 
  it.@name == 'constname1' && it.parent().@class == 'classX'
}

assert var == [ 'variable1', 'variable7' ]

How do you add an attribute and node value when creating xml in groovy


Tag : xml , By : Jouni
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? I'm using to groovy to create a dynamic XML document where each node can contain a value, attributes, or both. , Here's the code you're looking for:
import groovy.xml.MarkupBuilder

def writer = new StringWriter()
def xml = new MarkupBuilder(writer) 

xml.root() {
    a(id: 123, 'someValue')
}
println writer.toString()

Copy attribute values based on a preceding node attribute with Groovy


Tag : groovy , By : Vorinowsky
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue It's not clear exactly at what point you are trying to do this, but the following would work in SoapUI script step:
context.expand('${test_step#Response#//*:book[@bookType="History"]/*:price/@priceValue}')

Groovy, insert node after current node


Tag : arrays , By : protagonist
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? After your comment and understanding that you don't want (or cannot) change the input/output data format, here's another solution that does what you've asked using classes to group the data and make it easier to manage:
import groovy.transform.Canonical

@Canonical
class Input {
    String[] oids = [ 'oid1', 'oid2' ]
    String[] tasks = [ 'task1', 'task2' ]
    Integer[] starts = [ 10, 30 ]
    Integer[] ends = [ 20, 42 ]
    Integer[] realstarts = [ 12, null ]
    Integer[] realends = [ 21, null ]

    List<Object[]> getEntries() {
        // ensure all entries have the same size
        def entries = [ oids, tasks, starts, ends, realstarts, realends ]

        assert entries.collect { it.size() }.unique().size() == 1,
                'The input arrays do not all have the same size'

        return entries
    }

    int getSize() {
        oids.size() // any field would do, they have the same length
    }

}

@Canonical
class Output {
    List oids = [ ]
    List tasks = [ ]
    List starts = [ ]
    List ends = [ ]

    void add( oid, task, start, end, realstart, realend ) {
        oids << oid; tasks << task; starts << start; ends << end

        if ( realstart != null && realend != null ) {
            oids << oid; tasks << task + 'real'; starts << realstart; ends << realend
        }
    }
}

def input = new Input()
def entries = input.entries

def output = new Output()

for ( int i = 0; i < input.size; i++ ) {
    def entry = entries.collect { it[ i ] }
    output.add( *entry )
}

println output
Output([oid1, oid1, oid2], [task1, task1real, task2], [10, 12, 30], [20, 21, 42])
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