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XML and Lotus Domino R5.0

 
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Hi,
Does anyone knows how to parse a xml document using lotusscript? can we do so? if so, whats the procedure to do that..Thanks in advance for your replies.
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vishy
 
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have a look at this tutorial that is on one of the Lotus sites.
http://www.notes.net/lbytes.nsf/308c971706adfdef8525640500696fa8/ea4e8d5b256309c58525692f0062e9d6?OpenDocument
Hope this helps
 
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Hi Vishy,
you need to plan very carefully! As long as your server is Windows based the easiest way is to install MSXML4.0 (is installed if IE5.5 is there)there and then use the MSXML ActiveX object. We succesfully used MSXML even to parse HTML (after using HTMLTidy to convert it to xHTML).
When your server is non NT, you better look either for Java or Domino6.
The core of XML in Lotus Script could look like this:

Hope that helps!
 
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