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Subject: Caching XML document as a string...
From: "Seema R" <seema.r@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 17:51:18 +0530
search xml string

Here is the scenario.
I have a search request XML file document that is transformed with the
resultant XSL.
It reads as :
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
		<name>Andy Smith</name>
			<reportname>CBC WITH AUTO DIFF</reportname>
			<time>06.35 AM</time>
			<reportname>PROTIME WITH INR</reportname>
			<time>08.00 PM</time>
		  <firstname>Robert Jones</firstname>
		  <usertype />
		  <userpassword />
		  <passwordexpiresin />

In the XSL file I need to cache this entire XML in a hidden input field as a
single string.
<td><input type="hidden" value="The ENTIRE xml String" name="cache"</td>
A javascript file will validate against this cached XML string.
The whole idea is this;
I have two search tabs that correspond with two hospitals.
I make a nested search on Tab1
I then go to Tab2 and make yet another nested search.
I hit Tab1 from there and I need to take the User to the nth nested search
page of Tab1 that he had last come up with.
I therefore need this entire XML string to be in a hidden filed so I can
accordingly display the required page using Javascript.

It needs to work both in IE and Netscape.


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