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jinat rehanaSubject: problem in loadxml function
Author: jinat rehana
Date: 22 Jul 2008 02:34 AM
hello,
i have wrote following code to load xml+xsl in IE:
function displayResult(xmlfile,xslfile)
{

if (window.ActiveXObject)
{ var srcTree = new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.DOMDocument.5.0");
srcTree.setProperty("ValidateOnParse",false);///////code for entities
srcTree.async=false;
srcTree.load(xmlfile);

var xsltTree= new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.DOMDocument.5.0");
xsltTree.setProperty("ValidateOnParse",false);/////code for entities
xsltTree.async = false;
xsltTree.load(xslfile);

body.innerHTML = srcTree.transformNode(xsltTree);
}
this function properly loads xml+xsl pages.but if i call any javascript function in xsl file, the function does not works.
and IE shows error message as:"object expected".

if i directly add styleseet to xml file javascript function works.
i cann't understand the problem.
can anyone help me?

thanks in advance for any help.


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Alberto MassariSubject: problem in loadxml function
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 22 Jul 2008 03:27 AM
Hi,
this seems to be more a problem with IE than a Stylus-related XSLT question; have you tried asking it on a Microsoft newsgroup dedicated to IE?

Alberto

 
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