[xsl] Writing XML to a new browser window

Subject: [xsl] Writing XML to a new browser window
From: jaustring <jaustring@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2001 08:59:23 -0700

I'm trying to open up a new window using javascript.  What I would like to
happen is that the current window's XML will be written to the new window
and a new XSL document will be applied to that XML.  I understand that I
need to have a content-type: text/xml somewhere to let the browser know that
I am sending it XML and not plain text but I'm unsure how to do that.  I've
tried using a document.write ('content-type: text/xml') statement in the
javascript but that doesn't seem to work. Can javascript even pass that kind
of information to a new window?  

here's most of my code in the javascript:

	var source = document.XMLDocument.documentElement;	     
	var srcwin =
	srcwin.document.open ('content-type: text/xml');
	wintxt = "<?xml version=\"1.0\" ?>";
	wintxt += "\n<?xml:stylesheet TYPE=\"text/xsl\"
	wintxt += source.xml;

I don't want to use transformNode() because I want the ability to resort the
data using the features I've got set up in the new XSL document in the new
window.  Any ideas?

Jenn :)

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