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--- "Roger L. Costello" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Internet Explorer
> (e.g., add a new subtree). Is there a way to save
> the in-memory DOM
You can instantiate an XMLHTTP object and PUT or POST
the xmltext from the DOM back to a web server. I've
never figured out how to save it directly to the
I don't have any sample code handy (contact me offline
if you get stuck) but I'm pretty sure that Googling
for "XMLHTTP POST" will point you to some examples.
DOM Level 3 will define a "standard" load/save
interface at long last.
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