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XPath Expression for query across multiple XML files

XPath Expression for query across multiple XML files

XPath Expression for query across multiple XML files

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Fellow Forum Members,

I am using NotePad++ Version 6.1.2 and a XML XPath Query Analyzer Plugin for NotePad++ called "xpatherizernpp" located in the link below:

http://code.google.com/p/xpatherizernpp/

How does one perform a XPath query for multiple XML files? From what I have Googled you need to write an expression similar to what is shown below:

collection('file:///c:/?select=

However, the xpatherizernpp does not like the "collection" command.

In short, I have three XML files inside this path: C:\root\xpath_test\

My goal is to lasso (query) all <title> elements from all three XML files. I would appreciate any help anyone can provide for the correct XPath expression I need to use to accomplish the task of performing a XPath query across multiple XML files. Thanks in advance.

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