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RE: [xml-dev] XML/XSL & IE & WIN32 Beginner Question
- From: "W. Hugh Chatfield I.S.P." <email@example.com>
- To: "Stout, Joel R" <Stout.Joel@emeryworld.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2001 17:40:03 -0400
Methinks that when you use..
that in spite of what you assume - the version of IE5 used by who you send
your docs to, isn't what you have.
I haven't tested the latest IE - but IE5.0 would certainly act as you
describe. It simply doesn't know the namespace you are specifying. They
could see the XML with "view source" - but the XSL would not be acted on. I
have just recently seen an example of this where the XSL would not generate
any output other than literal text and/or HTML - yet seems to walk the tree
of nodes OK... which I don't understand at all.
CyberSpace Industries 2000 Inc.
From: Stout, Joel R [mailto:Stout.Joel@emeryworld.com]
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2001 1:15 PM
Subject: [xml-dev] XML/XSL & IE & WIN32 Beginner Question
I had developed some XML and XSL awhile back that used:
that worked but now, because I have the need to do some calculations, I've
changed one of the XSL documents to:
I also had the need to validate so I upgraded to the latest from Microsoft
and have finally gotten my XSD validity checks to work (many thanks to
Yasser Shohoud's tutorial on devxpert).
Now for the problem... I can parse/validate and view my documents fine but
when I send a link to anyone else, they cannot see the content. They can
see the source through "view source" and the framework is there but it's not
being displayed. The viewers are using the same version of IE as I am. I'm
sure this is documented somewhere but I cannot find it.
Thanks for any help.
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