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Nested XML ...

Nested XML ...

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I've been kindly given some XML, that needs to be displayed in Excel.
Now I have only done simple xml before, and this one has me beat.

It seams to have a second xml document nested within one of the nodes wrapped by a CDATA tag.
I have a sneaking feeling that whoever write the application that produces this xml, should have provided us with the facility to read it ! .. but regardless, this is the situation as of today.

Could anyone point me in the right direction to being able to display results in excel ?
Or otherwise extract field data without manually stripping and manipuating the text.

Many Thanks


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<DOWNLOADED-SCRIPT SCRIPTID="blah" OBJECTTYPE="IS">
<SCRIPT-MAIN>
<![CDATA[
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Script ScriptId="blah" StartNode="600001" LastModifiedBy="xxxxxx" BeginDate=.....<truncated for post>
<Node NodeId="600001" TemplateId="Dialogue" X="595" Y="1215" Column="-1" Row="-1" NodeType="template">
<Resource URI="Package_Type" Name="Survey"/>
<NodeDescription Language="en" Text="Package Type?"/>
<NodeDescription Language="cs" Text=""/>
</Node>
<Node ChapterId="1" NodeId="600002" TemplateId="Dialogue" X="5982" Y="2407" Column="-1" Row="-1" NodeType="template">
<Resource URI="Fault_Type?" Name="Survey"/>
<NodeDescription Language="en" Text="Fault Type?"/>

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