Update: JavaScript XML Parser

Mike Dierken mike at datachannel.com
Mon Jan 5 17:29:28 GMT 1998

The simplest way I know to deal with URL streams in JavaScript is to create a simple Java applet to do a few things, insert it on a page and call its methods from JavaScript. You still run into security issues that prevent you from accessing domains outside the source of the page, but its a start.

Mike D

-----Original Message-----
From:	Brad Young [SMTP:brad at enigma.co.il]
Sent:	Monday, January 05, 1998 4:51 AM
To:	Jeremie Miller; xml-dev at ic.ac.uk
Subject:	Re: Update: JavaScript XML Parser

Kudos Jeremie.

I'm working on a way to fool it into taking info directly from a URL.  It's
a kludge, but it should work. I'll post it as soon as it is stable.


Brad Young
brad at enigmainc.com

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