Re: off-topic Sarissa question
Bryan Rasmussen wrote:
my alert returns [object], in Firefox it returns [object XMLDocument],
IE does not get more specific than [object] in any case, so this is unrelated to sarissa or XSLT.
alert(resultDocument.xml) in IE shows the xml content of the document, in firefox shows undefined.
You should read the API documentation; the .xml property has been removed as there was no way to support itin browsers other than IE and Moz. Instead, you can use the XMLSerializer object or the Sarissa.serialize utility method.
The same is the case for all the usual properties that the MS dom exposes, text
Although sarissa begun as a library to emulate IE extentions to the DOM, it changed along the way to support more popular and non-IE centric extentions. Check out the documentation.
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