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Netscape and XML documents

 
Channy
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This is the simple code:
var xml= new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
xml.async=false
xml.load("invoice.xml")
var xsl=new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
xsl.async=false
xsl.load("invoice.xsl")
document.write(xml.transformNode(xsl))
The problem is that this does not work in Netscape, and I don't know why. There's postings about this everywhere, but no answers, can anyone help?
Also, what is a better way of doing things:
1. Using xml, dtd's and xsl to transform. With microsoft XMLDom or...
2. Use a java parser DOM, in a JSP or servlet.
 
Balaji Loganathan
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Originally posted by geek azoid:
This is the simple code:
Also, what is a better way of doing things:
1. Using xml, dtd's and xsl to transform. With microsoft XMLDom or...
2. Use a java parser DOM, in a JSP or servlet.

Is that working in IE ? It may not work in Netscape due to vb script ??(not sure).
If you would like to user java, then u can download XALAN from apache, it has got example servlets to convert xml + xsl in to HTML, u can modify them to your needs.
 
Channy
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Thanks for your response.
It's written in using javascript.
But yeah, any code examples using xalan, or any xerces info you have would be great.
Thanks
 
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