xml-stylesheet in browser results / mime type associat
Hi List, Is there any way in a browser to have the input doc processed using an xml-stylesheet pi, and have the result kick off an application (e.g. the output of the stylesheet is kml so the browser fires up google earth, say). I've tried this <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" media="vnd.google-earth.kml+xml" href="..."?> but I think the result is kml as rendered by IE or FF. I have a vnd.google-earth.kml+xml which fires up GE when I access a kml url over http, but I would like it to work locally too, if that was possible. I justify a post to this list on the grounds that I don't believe it is application specific, but stylesheet technology in general. Thanks for any hints! Cheers, Peter Rushforth
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