Storing XML/Streaming HTML
skshirsa at nortelnetworks.com
Wed Dec 23 14:54:58 GMT 1998
Your answer solves the problem for a limited domain of IE users on
Windows users ?
but what about Netscape or any other browsers on any other platform ?
I think these kind of solutions when suggested, author should clearly
they are one platform specific solutions. Otherwise it creates lot of
specially on mailing lists.
> you can do what you want to do very simply by using ASP and the new MS
> msxml.dll. (sent with the latest IE5Beta)together with the DOM.
> just use 'getElementsByTagName' wrap the content in a suitable HTML
> wrapper,and send these to the client as an HTML stream.
> Frank Boumphrey
> XML and style sheet info at Http://www.hypermedic.com/style/index.htm
> Author: - Professional Style Sheets for HTML and XML
> CoAuthor: Professional XML applications from Wrox Press, www.wrox.com
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