Evaluates an XPath expression against an XML element and returns the resultant string value.
1.XPath- Name of the Macro.
2.Expression- The XPath expression
3.XML - The XML to evaluate the XPath expression against.
Copies a value from an attribute named Description from the context element if it exists or returns an empty string.
Copies a value from an element named Base that is contained in another element named Amount from the context element if it exists or returns an empty string.
Navigates two levels up the XML tree from the context element and then down two levels through a collection of Connection elements where it can then select a specific Connection based on the value of the @TransferScope attribute and then return the Culture attribute from that element.
Copies a value from an element named CompanyName from the provided CompanyDetail XML.
This is a contextual macro and is used during the import operation of data from a source connection for those connections that read data from the source in record format using data readers. XPath syntax is widely documented on the Internet.
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