To change a value in an XML file using
sed in Linux, you can follow these steps:
Here's an example command to change a value in an XML file using
sed -i 's/<old_value>/<new_value>/' file.xml
<old_value> with the existing value you want to change and
<new_value> with the desired new value. Make sure to keep the forward slashes in the
s/<old_value>/<new_value>/ structure intact.
For more complex XML structures, you may need to adjust the regular expression pattern and replacement accordingly.
Remember to take backups of your XML file or work on a copy before making any direct changes.