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   Source code for MSXML [was RE: [xml training/tutorials, etc]]

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  • From: Bob Kline <bkline@rksystems.com>
  • To: Bob DeRemer <Bob.Deremer@wonderware.com>
  • Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 13:40:02 -0400 (EDT)

On Wed, 10 May 2000, Bob DeRemer wrote:

> Alex,
> I can't comment much on the applet end, as I work solely in the MS
> environment and haven't gotten into Java much, but the primary means
> for accessing an XML document [via a file, URL, stream] is the XML
> DOM [Document Object Model].  You can use the SAX, but if you're
> going to be manipulating the XML, the DOM is the way to go.  In the
> MS environment, MSXML.DLL is MS's XML parser.  It provides a COM
> interface for dealing with the DOM and can be called from C++, VB,
> JavaScript, JScript, VBScript, etc.  This and much more can be found
> at the ms site below.  For other non-ms stuff, see one of the other
> links.

Do you know (or does anyone else on the list know) if there are any
plans to open-source MSXML?  Lack of access to the source code is the
primary obstacle to using this package on the projects I'm involved

Bob Kline

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