The XPath expression:
will select a node-set containing all three rows. If you wish to select
a particular row, you should attach a predicate
the row you wish, for example:
will select the second row.
To select an individual attribute from the selected row, you just need
to add an extra location step containing the attribute name preceded by the
@ sign. You can use expressions such as:
to obtain the contents of the
orders attributes of the first row, for example.