The value of this node, depends of its type. When is defined null, the setting has no effect, including if the node is read-only. The node can be passed as argument or as attribute.
 

1 dom.node.getNodeValue

<dom.node.getNodeValue name='name'>
    <node /> !
</dom.node.getNodeValue>
Example

Get the value of two node of a file.

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<xsql-script name='dom_node_getNodeValue'>

    <body>
        <set name='root'>
            <dom.parse><file name='data.xml' type='absolute' /></dom.parse>
        </set>

        <!-- It is situated in the text node which contains the text hello -->
        <set name='elem_text'>
            <dom.node.getFirstChild>
                <dom.element.getFirstChildElement><root /></dom.element.getFirstChildElement>
            </dom.node.getFirstChild>
        </set>

        <!-- Return null because it is an element -->
        <println>
            <dom.node.getNodeValue>
                <root/>
            </dom.node.getNodeValue>
        </println>

        <!-- Return hello -->
        <println>
            <dom.node.getNodeValue>
                <elem_text/>
            </dom.node.getNodeValue>
        </println>

    </body>
</xsql-script>