In a move document, you specify where it is going in the &ltparent>
node. I.e. a node actually named parent!

In XPATH, parent is a reserved keyword.

So an XPATH select /nds/input/move/parent[@dest-dn/text()] cannot
select the parent node, because parent means go up one in XPATH.

How do you 'escape' the parent keyword? I am sure it is something
simple, and once I know the name for what I want to do a search will
find it in seconds.

Not sure if this will get through the web interface.

<move class-name="User" dest-dn="\DEV\acme\Users\abc1234"
dest-entry-id="39404" event-id="some-event-id" from-merge="true"
src-dn="00001234" >
<parent dest-dn="acme\Users"/>
</move>

Maybe this one will...
&ltmove class-name="User" dest-dn="\DEV\acme\Users\abc1234"
dest-entry-id="39404" event-id="some-event-id" from-merge="true"
src-dn="00001234" >
&ltparent dest-dn="acme\Users"/>
&lt/move>


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