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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.
The XML file that is used in the XSL file via the document function is
static as well.
I use MSXML3 on IIS5.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bryan Rasmussen" <bry@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 9:46 AM
Subject: Re: document()
> If you can't get it to work using an absolute URL, and the absolute URL
> works from your web browser, then something very strange is going on.
Well the absolute url referenced works in both firefox and IE so I figure
there's probably nothing wrong with it per se.
What is the xslt processor, I have noticed problems with msxml before
against absolute urls, not always but sometimes, which has led me to
it might be a server problem as to how xml gets served up.
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