RE: Re: Loading Remote XML.

Subject: RE: Re: Loading Remote XML.
From: paulo.gaspar@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000 06:06:55 -0700
A used a great document on how caches work on:
(Yes, it is a commercial site.)

Another VERY interesting one, with implementation examples
for many languages/environments (including ASPs and PHP) at:

And THE web caching site (which also includes a version of
the previous article) at:

Tunning the time to expire of a document (using the HTTP
headers) can also allow you to establish a good compromise
between performance and evolutionary needs.

What do I mean by that? Well, doing something like:
 - No cache when you are developing the site with no users;
 - Some minutes to expire while evolution is still going
   on and you already have some users;
 - An hour or so with already many users but not so many
 - and so on until the time to expire matches the time to
   the publication of new versions of the content.

  ASPHTTP even as an amazingly low price, huh?
  I wonder why M$ just didn't do it "right" in the first
  place, anyway.

Have fun,


--- Original Message ---
"Steven Livingstone" <s.livingstone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Wrote on

Mon, 5 Jun 2000 11:44:16 +0100
Yep -
there are a load of problems doing this on the server.
Use something like ASPTear (?), ActiveXML (
ASPHTTP( to get the remote URL and then load
it into the
DOM on the server.

There is a KB on the MS Site. It works OK on the client, but
not server !


Steven Livingstone
Glasgow, Scotland.
+44 (0) 7771 957 280

----- Original Message -----
From: Roland Dunn <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <XSL-List@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, June 05, 2000 11:23 AM
Subject: Loading Remote XML.

> Hi,
> Has anyone tried using .load on the MSXML DOM and tried to
load a remote
> file?
> Particularly on 2000 using IIS5? 
> Cheers Roland.

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