Replying to [comment:5 trac-o-bot]:
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Silly Trac-bot, I did reply! See comment 4.
Still, I'll repeat it here:
.find("z:row") doesn't work with any browser with 1.7
.find("row") works in Chrome 14 and Safari 5.1 (WinXP), but not in Firefox 7 or IE 8
.find("z\\\\:row") works in Firefox 7 and IE8, but not in Chrome 14 or Safari 5.1 (WinXP)
Therefore: .find("z\\\\:row, row") works in Chrome 14, Safari 5.1 (WinXP), IE8 and Firefox 7
Assuming the erroneous functionality doesn't come back, can there be an official way to access nodeName properties? Considering that "row" could come up anywhere in the XML it's more likely to bring back undesirable results than real ones.
This is likely to affect anyone who works with jQuery and SOAP web services