RE: xalan 1.1 document() fails on url?
Michael Kay wrote: > Or perhaps there was a corporate firewall in the way. The fact that you can > get to something from your browser, via a proxy server, doesn't mean you can > necessarily get to it direct from your Java application. (Though I'd > appreciate info from someone who understands this better than I do!) I personally am not behind a proxy and if a browser (using the default http-port 8080) can get to some document, why shouldn't a Java application (using the same protocol and port) be able to get there. There is no way in the http protocol that the server can identify what type of application the client is or what it wants to do with the requested document (i.e. display it in a browser window or parse it as XML or whatever). Glad to be able to give some knowledge back to you, Michael, Ragnar XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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