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   Getting information from a server

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  • From: "Sarveshwar Rao Duddu" <duddu@vsnl.com>
  • To: "Xmldev" <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2000 14:17:32 +0530


I am working on an application where a server will send an XML document to
the client.
This XML document may have references to entities which are external. And
the data of
those entities will be on the server - this is similar to the <IMG tag in
HTML, the tag is sent
as part of the document, the image data is available only on the server.

Supposing that the URI in the entity definition will be something like
"X-Test://", is there
any parser which after finding that "X-Test" is a protocol it cannot
understand, request the
application to make available the data? Or will I have to hack into the
sources of the parser?


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