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  • From: "Richard Anderson" <rja@a...>
  • To: "Sophie MABILAT" <Sophie.Mabilat@a...>,<xml-dev@i...>,<XML-L@l...>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2000 12:55:29 -0000

sophie s creations.com
> I use Microsoft Visual Basic for beginning working with XML documents.
> Could someone explain me the difference between :
> - XMLDOMDocument
> - MSXML . DOMDocument
> - IXMLDocument
> - XMLDocument (this one seems to be obsolete...)
> because I am totally confused ?

The problem is that the current MS stuff supports the old IE4 interfaces.
Check out the www.comdeveloper.com for an article that details what the
older interfaces are.

> How can I find a DOM implementation that is not specific to Microsoft and
> that I can use in VB ?

Check out ActiveDOM: http://www.vivid-creations.com



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