The following tokens are used in XPath queries:
|//||A Xpath query always starts with the tokens //. These slashes are followed by the designation of the object that is being queried. For example: if you wish to retrieve all Customers the query would resemble the following:
|.||The dot is used to separate module names from entity names. E.g. if you wish to retrieve all the customers (objects) in the sales module you would start the query with:
|/||A slash is used whenever you want to start a new node. E.g.
|[ ]||A constraint is always written between brackets. E.g.
|( )||Constraints can be grouped by parentheses. See this page for more information.|