RE: XML/XSL parsers

Subject: RE: XML/XSL parsers
From: Craig Hohlbein <CraigH@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 13:48:07 -0500
Quick newbie question.  Is there a site or page describing the process
to add the control to IIS and possibly has some example .asp pages for
it's use.  I have viewed the server-side demo and other assorted demos
on Microsoft's site, but I haven't really found great documentation on
the server set-up.  Thanks.

Craig E. Hohlbein
Software Engineer
Sequoia Software
e: craigh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
p: 410.715.0206

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Birbeck [mailto:Mark.Birbeck@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 1999 11:30 AM
To: 'xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: RE: XML/XSL parsers

> As I have not yet taught myself Java I have done most of my 
> XML/xsl work
> with IE5beta. However, before I load anything onto a web site 
> I have to
> allow for other browsers. Can anyone suggest where I can find 
> a stand-alone
> (exe) parser that I can use with other browsers (or 
> versions). Everything I
> have found seems to be java source code. 

Obviously depends on your server, but if it's IIS then have you
considered putting the IE5 control onto the server? We've got it going
here quite nicely. The script checks for IE5 browsers, and sends the
XML/XSL separate if it is. Otherwise it merges the XML and XSL.

If the data is not that dynamic - say the XML pages are not coming from
a database, or the data changes infrequently, then you can speed up the
whole process by using Content Replication from Site Server to take a
snapshot of the site. This is the same as what your EXE would achieve,
but a bit more flexible, I think.

Mark Birbeck
Managing Director
Intra Extra Digital Ltd.
39 Whitfield Street
t: 0171 681 4135
e: Mark.Birbeck@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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