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Hello,

 

I reviewed the postings and didn't see one that addresses my specific problem. What happens is that when I write out my cluster, it is parented by an unnamed_cluster designation:

 

<?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?>

<unnamed_cluster>

<Project>

<Project_Name>I40Greensborobridge</Project_Name>

<Project_Number_DOT>406314-3-52-01</Project_Number_DOT>

<State>NC</State>

<Project_Description>Bridge Widening</Project_Description>

<Locations>

<Structure>93811</Structure>

<Description/>

<Location>0.0,0.0,</Location>

<Sub-Structure>

<Type>Bent</Type>

<Identifier>B2</Identifier>

</Sub-Structure>

</Locations>

</Project>

<Project>

<Project_Name>I75OverCowPenSloughNB</Project_Name>

<Project_Number_DOT>406314-3-52-01</Project_Number_DOT>

<State>FL</State>

<Project_Description>Bridge Widening</Project_Description>

<Locations>

<Structure>3285733</Structure>

<Description/>

<Location>0.0,0.0</Location>

<Sub-Structure>

<Type>Bent</Type>

<Identifier>5</Identifier>

</Sub-Structure>

</Locations>

</Project>

</unnamed_cluster>

 

How do I configure this to eliminate? I've attached the XML file I'm using that generates this problem LV 2011. Thanks.

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Actually the problem was that I was sending an ARRAY of clusters, not the actual cluster. I wrapped the array in another cluster and the problem was solved. The naming vi made this clear.

 

Thanks for the help.

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Actually the problem was that I was sending an ARRAY of clusters, not the actual cluster. I wrapped the array in another cluster and the problem was solved. The naming vi made this clear.

 

Thanks for the help.

 

You're welcome! :)

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