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INFO: Use XPath to Perform a Case-Insensitive Search with MSXML

This article was previously published under Q315719
SUMMARY
MSXML includes two functions that you can use to filter data in a case-insensitive search. With MSXML 3.0, you can use the translate function. With MSXML 4.0, you can use either the translate function or the new ms:string-compare XPath function.
MORE INFORMATION
To perform a case-insensitive search by a DomainName property that is named "mydomain1.com" on the following XML data
<?xml version="1.0" ?><Domains> <DomainName>Mydomain1.COM</DomainName></Domains>				
the syntax for translate in MSXML 3.0 is as follows:
oXML.setProperty "SelectionLanguage", "XPath"set node = oXML.selectSingleNode("Domains/DomainName[translate(., 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ', 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz') = 'mydomain1.com']")				
The syntax for ms:string-compare in MSXML 4.0 is as follows:
'To use MSXML 4.0, you need to use 4.0 dependent progid explicitly.' ...'Set the select namespace for xmlns:msoXML.setProperty "SelectionNamespaces", "xmlns:ms='urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xslt'"set node = oXML.selectSingleNode("Domains/DomainName[ms:string-compare(., 'mydomain1.com', 'en-US', 'i') = 0]")				
REFERENCES
For more information about the translate and the ms:string-compare functions, see the XML Software Development Kit (SDK) documentation.
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Article ID: 315719 - Last Review: 04/08/2002 11:53:00 - Revision: 1.1

Microsoft XML Parser 3.0, Microsoft XML Core Services 4.0

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