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Re: Posting XML data [OT - sorry]
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From: S Woodside <sbwoodside@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2003 02:27:14 -0500
Mike I don't see why you're so pessimistic about it? I don't think that
we'll see XForms implementations in browsers for some time so it's best
to work with HTML forms for now. Sure there's some idiosyncrasies to it
but it does work, so long as the user on the UA side sticks to regular
ASCII text, and they can use entities to encode other characters. That
said I can see that there would be difficulties using languages other
than english. But you pointed out that there's server-side solutions to
On Friday, February 28, 2003, at 05:06 PM, Mike Brown wrote:
Karl Stubsjoen wrote:
But shoot, how are you suppose to post XML to the server from the
"the client" being a web browser? That rather limits your options.
Is xForms the answer?
It is one of many possible answers that involve not using HTML's form
facilities and ordinary server-side mechanisms for processing HTML
yes. Note that the implementations listed at
use Java, Flash, plug-ins, separate clients and servers...
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