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Here's an interesting problem. Every example out there right now will parse an xml file. I want to parse a DOM object using a schema. I am trying to put together a p2p app using SOAP. There are methods available that will serialize a DOM object to transfer over HTTP, but when it gets to the other end, it is deserialized and becomes a DOM node again. Naturaly, I don't trust that DOM is valid so I want to parse it using my schema. Does anyone know how to do this? Alan
posted 14 years ago
Why not write it to a temporary XML file and parse the file?
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