XMLParser - The XML Configuration Parser Module.


  use DBIWrapper::XMLParser;
  my $obj = DBIWrapper::XMLParser->new(file => "config.xml");
  my $resultSetObj = $obj->parse; # this is a ResultSet object.


XMLParser will parse XML files that have been generated by the DBIWrapper readXML method. See the DBIWrapper::ResultSet man page for the structure of the returned data.


  scalar new(file, string)
    Creates a new instance of the DBIWrapper::ResultSet
    object.  file points to the XML Config file to use.
    If you don't specify a file to work with then you must specify the
    xml via the string argument.  If you specify both, then the string
    will take precedence.  The file must still point to a valid file.
  DBIWrapper::ResultSet parse(void)
    Does the actual parsing of the XML file and generates the
    resulting data object and returns it.
  string getVersion(void)
    returns the version value from the parent <resultset> tag.


  resultFile - The xml file name we are working with or the contents
               of the string of xml passed in.
  resultSetVersion - The version of the XML file we require.
  resultSetObj - ResultSet object that represents the xml file.
  xmlObj - The XML::LibXML object being used to parse the XML File.
  NOTE:  All data fields are accessible by specifying the object
         and pointing to the data member to be modified on the
         left-hand side of the assignment.
         Ex.  $obj->variable($newValue); or $value = $obj->variable;


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