Re: Document function URI
Antsnio Mota wrote:
Yes, correct. You could test it first by referencing a static (well-formed) XML file on a web-server of ftp-server.
By the way, you might want to be carefull with the use of double quotes in your document argument. I don't believe they are necessary here, but if you do need them there, escape them in XML with " or pass an encoded url with " substituted with %22
I'm convinced that it is, but since i don't have access in this phase to a asp or servlet server, i prefer to ask before i proceed to the server side.
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