Hello Oleg. I will try to summarize my problem once again.
-- General: ---------------------------------- First off, all the XML/XSL files can be found at http://gabbah.no-ip.org/mickel/
The ASP-file: http://gabbah.no-ip.org/test.asp.txt . This asp script gets an XML file from a COM object, and transforms it using http://gabbah.no-ip.org/mickel/XSL/PC/pc-templates.xsl (which in turn includes all XSL files needed).
I'm using (normal) ASP with VBscript, MSXML3 on IIS5. WinXP pro SP2.
-- Specific: ----------------------------------
The problem only appears when I try to access a static XML file residing outside the folder where the function document() is used. It does not matter if the XML file resides in a subfolder or in a sibling folder, as long as it's in another folder it doesn't work.
The XSLs involved are http://gabbah.no-ip.org/mickel/XSL/PC/search.xsl and http://gabbah.no-ip.org/mickel/XSL/PC/shared_variables.xsl , which both use
So the static XML file I want to access is http://gabbah.no-ip.org/mickel/XML/paths.xml .
The error I get is that it can't find the specified path.
I have also tried using an absolute path (mickel/XML/paths.xml ) and a qualified URL like the one above.
I have tried backward slashes.
I have given all folders below wwwroot read permissions to user "everyone".
----- Original Message ----- From: "Oleg Tkachenko" <oleg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: document()
Gabriel K. wrote:In my case the client makes a call to an ASP script, which asks a COM object for a specific XML file, and then transforms it with a static XSL file. So the XML file is given through the com object, and the XSL is static.
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