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DOMDocument::importNode


(PHP 5)

DOMDocument::importNodeImport node into current document

Beschreibung

DOMNode DOMDocument::importNode ( DOMNode $importedNode [, bool $deep ] )

This function returns a copy of the node to import and associates it with the current document.

Parameter-Liste

importedNode

The node to import.

deep

If set to TRUE, this method will recursively import the subtree under the importedNode .

Hinweis: To copy the nodes attributes deep needs to be set to TRUE

Rückgabewerte

The copied node or FALSE, if it cannot be copied.

Fehler/Exceptions

DOMException is thrown if node cannot be imported.

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 DOMDocument::importNode() example

Copying nodes between documents.

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$orgdoc = new DOMDocument; $orgdoc->loadXML("<root><element><child>text in child</child></element></root>"); // The node we want to import to a new document $node = $orgdoc->getElementsByTagName("element")->item(0); // Create a new document $newdoc = new DOMDocument; $newdoc->formatOutput = true; // Add some markup $newdoc->loadXML("<root><someelement>text in some element</someelement></root>"); echo "The 'new document' before copying nodes into it:\n"; echo $newdoc->saveXML(); // Import the node, and all its children, to the document $node = $newdoc->importNode($node, true); // And then append it to the "<root>" node $newdoc->documentElement->appendChild($node); echo "\nThe 'new document' after copying the nodes into it:\n"; echo $newdoc->saveXML();

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt folgende Ausgabe:

The 'new document' before copying nodes into it:
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<root>
  <someelement>text in some element</someelement>
</root>
The 'new document' after copying the nodes into it:
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<root>
  <someelement>text in some element</someelement>
  <element>
    <child>text in child</child>
  </element>
</root>