Re: [xsl] URGENT help...XSL page cannot be located...

Subject: Re: [xsl] URGENT help...XSL page cannot be located...
From: "Thomas B. Passin" <tpassin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 16:33:36 -0400
1) The difference between the two namespaces us this: is obsolete and works with the old MS processor
is still distributed with IE. is the correct value and works with
msxml3 and all other curent processors.  The old namespace will not work
with these processors.

But that's unlikely to be your problem since standard IE5 and 5.5 an a
standard Windwos installation do use the old value, which you said you are

What seems more likely is that the dial-in clients are going to a different
host name than your internal ones, and you used an absolute path to the
stylesheet rather than a relative one.  Of course, if you did use a relative
name, this isn't the answer!


Tom P

<Stephen_Csiza@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote -

> I have an index HTML page that links to an XML page which uses an XSL
> This all exists on  my coorporate intranet...
> INTERNALLY on the network people have NO issues viewing the page.  The
> problem I have been having involves a few people who
> are dialing in to our network using a secure client.
> They get a message saying "cannot locate the http://........XSL page".
> I have been unable to figure out why internally people have no problem but
> externally they do....
> It may be some type of firewall issue but our MIS dep. does not believe
> Could it be that tree versiop of IE does not support the stylesheet
> namespace I am using below:
> <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="";>
> What is the difference between the 2.
> <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="";>
> <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="";>

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