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Say, I change <DESCRIPTION /> to <DESCRIPTION>the description goes
here</DESCRIPTION>. When this XML is displayed with XSL nicely, the viewer
should be allowed to change the text of <DESCRIPTION> (In this case, the
viewer modifies from "the description goes here" to "this has been
modified." ) so that next time the same XML is displayed, it'll show as
"this has been modified" instead of "the description goes here"...
Is this possible?
>From: Mike Champion <email@example.com>
>To: - - <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: [xml-dev] How To Modify the Contents Of XML Document
>Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 19:24:10 -0500
>I'm not sure what you mean. DESCRIPTION is an "empty tag"
>in your example. That is useful if you want to assign attributes
>to an element but not give it content. Perhaps you want to change it to
><DESCRIPTION>the description goes here</DESCRIPTION>
>XML does not say anything about what is modifiable by
>some program displaying it, that's totally up to the application.
>1/10/2002 7:10:48 PM, "- -" <email@example.com> wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >I'm fairly new with XML so please bare with me ;o)
> >Let's say I have following XML:
> > <NAME> xxx </NAME>
> > <DATE> ddd </DATE>
> > <DESCRIPTION />
> >When this is displayed in the browser using XSL, I would like to make the
> ><DESCRIPTION /> part of this XML modifiable to viewers. And also, after
> >modifying this section, this XML should take the input and store it into
> >XML file (itself).
> >I heard this can be done, but I just can't find the information to
> >accomplish it. I really appreciate any of your inputs.
> >Thanks in advance,
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