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Re: Dynamic processing of xml file using xsl and java

Subject: Re: Dynamic processing of xml file using xsl and javascript (200411/msg00765)
From: António Mota <amsmota@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2005 21:04:25 +0100
antonio mota java
Sarissa is a cross-browser javascript library, it uses whetever
processor is present, msxml on IE transformiix on FF. It's not a
replacement for any parser and it's entirely client-side, not server.
With it you can write exactly the same code to work on IE and FF.

Take a look at http://sarissa.sourceforge.net/doc/

BTW, the developer of Sarissa is Manos, who answered you on this thread too.

I was talking about

 <xsl:output method="xml"/>

Google for xsl output and you'll find it :)

On Fri Oct 21 14:48:13 2005, aevarga@xxxxxx <aevarga@xxxxxx> wrote:
> Antonio,
> From the little I've read on various websites, am I correct in assuming that
Sarissa is a replacement for the Microsoft XML parser?  If so, I can't really
use it.  If it's a server-side file, Yahoo is my web host so I can't do
anything fancy without paying more than the $8.95/month budgeted by our
parents group.  If it's a client-side file, I don't want to require
non-technical users to download it.  My audience needs to use off-the-shelf
features of IE or FF.
> What do you mean by "output method, XML or HTTP"?  Can you point me to any
reference material at W3C so that my questions here on the XSL list won't be
too general?
> Thanks, Alan

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