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Subject: mime type and parsing output
From: "Mattias Konradsson" <preacher@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 9 Feb 1999 10:02:52 +0100
how to parse mime types
ok, first I wanted to clarify that getting attributes through ancestor
really does work, thanks to everyone who helped :)

The problem was that an xml is parsed and each item is assigned an id
attribute (through script), then each child is suppose to get an parent
attribute equal to it's parent , the problem is of course how do you set the
parent to the id when it's in the output tree? I solved this by running it
through two stylesheets ,first assigning the id's and then adding the parent
on the second run, but this doesnt seem like an elegant solution, any ideas?

Secondly the xml that is output is interpreted as text or html. I'm guessing
that's because for some reason linebreaks are inserted around the
attributes, how do I force it to parse it as xml, activating the internal ie
xml browser. I've tried modifying the contenttype in the html header to
text/xml but that didn't work.

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