In the previous section of XPath tutorial we have
studied how to show all elements of an XML file. In this section we are
describing you the use of @ for attribute in the XPath query. The
"@" selects attribute.
In this example we have created an XML file "person.xml"
as in our previous section, which is necessary to execute XPath query on
to it. This "persons.xml" contains information related to name,
age, gender of different persons.
Here is the full source code for persons.xml file
as follows :
Now we have declared a class XPathAttribute and
in this class we are parsing the XML file with JAXP. First of all we need
to load the document into DOM Document object. We have put that
persons.xml file in that current working directory.