Input XML - Please check right XPathExpression or XML source document

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Input XML - Please check right XPathExpression or XML source document

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Using TalendOS trial for proof of concept in project that needs to take xml's and input them into a Sybase database.  Created a project, added an xml input component but when I try to preview I get error "Please check right XPathExpression or XML source document".  However, I'm able to see contents of xml under the File Viewer tab.
The xml's that I will be parsing from do not have a XS or DTD validator but they will all be formatted as such:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<FORM_DATA>
 <SALUTATION/>
 <FIRST_NAME>First</FIRST_NAME>
 <MIDDLE_NAME/>
 <LAST_NAME>Last</LAST_NAME>
 <PRIMARY_PHONE>(800) 555-1212</PRIMARY_PHONE>
 <SECONDARY_PHONE/>
 <EMAIL>user@domain.com</EMAIL>
 <ADDRESS1>123 Anywhere Lane</ADDRESS1>
 <ADDRESS2/>
 <CITY>Atlanta</CITY>
 <STATE>GA</STATE>
 <ZIP>30067</ZIP>
 <GENDER>M</GENDER>
 <MARITAL_STATUS/>
 <DATE_OF_BIRTH>01-01-1900</DATE_OF_BIRTH>
 <CONTACT_ID>random_guid</CONTACT_ID>
 <CASE_TYPE>Sample Case Type</CASE_TYPE>
 <DOI_DATE/>
 <DESCRIPTION>Description of Incident</DESCRIPTION>
 <INCIDENT_ID>random_guid</INCIDENT_ID>
</FORM_DATA>
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Re: Input XML - Please check right XPathExpression or XML source document

Disregard.  I read this and it helped.

http://www.talendbyexample.com/talend-xml-reference.html

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