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Rajeshv
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Can any one pls explain to me how I can run an xml file on netscape.?I am able to extract xml files using the DOM object and things are working perfectly on IE 5.0.
 
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"Rajeshv",
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Amit Ganatra
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Hi Rajesh,
As far as I know, IE 5.0 has an inbuilt XML parser to support XML documents hence things work properly when XML is used with IE 5.0.
Netscape doesnt have an inbuilt support for XML. U will have to download some plugins formt their website for Netscape to support XML.
Hope this helps,
Amit Ganatra
Originally posted by Rajeshv:
Can any one pls explain to me how I can run an xml file on netscape.?I am able to extract xml files using the DOM object and things are working perfectly on IE 5.0.


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Rajeshv
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Hi Amit
Thank u for your response.That plugin's will help only on the client side right??.Actually i want to have some thirdparty tool that can be registered in to the server,so that i can run my xml anywhere on anybrowser(ie IE & NN).I will definetly try your request and let u know the result.
Thanks & regards
Rajesh
Originally posted by Amit Ganatra:

Hi Rajesh,
As far as I know, IE 5.0 has an inbuilt XML parser to support XML documents hence things work properly when XML is used with IE 5.0.
Netscape doesnt have an inbuilt support for XML. U will have to download some plugins formt their website for Netscape to support XML.
Hope this helps,
Amit Ganatra


 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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