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Read xml file

Read xml file

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  I am new to ant and currently I am trying to read a value from an xml file that stores the build information for mulltiple projects.  I am trying to get the build date for project "B" and store that value in a variable.  As simple as it may seem I cannot access the value using property tag along with xmlproerty.  I need to indicate to ANT that it needs to read the second BuildInfo node but I don't know how to do so.

<xmlproperty file="${ServerConfigFolder}\${FileName}" semanticAttributes="true" collapseAttributes="true"/>
    <property name="lastBuildDate" value="${onRequestStart.configuration.buildInfo.buildDate}" />


Please help, it is driving me crazy.  The format of the xml file is as follows.

<onRequestStart xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" id="application_wynch">
    <configuration>
        <buildInfo Project="A">
            <build>21</build>
            <buildDate>20091203</buildDate>
            <version>1</version>
        </buildInfo>
        <buildInfo Project="B">
            <build>278</build>
            <buildDate>20091208</buildDate>
            <version>1</version>
        </buildInfo>
        <buildInfo Project="C">
            <build>2</build>
            <buildDate>20091027</buildDate>
            <version>1</version>
        </buildInfo>
    </configuration>
</onRequestStart>

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