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   Re: [xml-dev] Any difference in the way IE5/5.5 and IE6 looks at XMLHTTP

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AFAIK IE6 comes with version 3, show us some code that you use to access and 
process the xml.

Joe (MVP - xml)

>From: "vijay" <vijay@webyfy.com>
>To: <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
>Subject: [xml-dev] Any difference in the way IE5/5.5 and IE6 looks at 
>XMLHTTP objects?
>Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 20:27:26 +0530
>We  retrieve the XML document generated using an ASP page by using the
>XMLHTTP object. We set the MIME type in the ASP page using the ASP method
>Response.ContentType  to "text/xml".  Using this we create appropriate XML
>document for the front end.  This is working very well in the IE 5 and 5.5
>This is not working in IE6. The XML documents are getting generated  by the
>ASP but are not transferred to the front end. The XMLHTTP object on the
>client machine throws no errors and the the responseXML.xml property is
>completely empty.
>What version of MSXML is installed with IE6? Are there any known issues 
>the IE6 XML parser? Has it's tolerance of the structure of XML documents
>been altered, so that something that would be fine with the IE5 XML parser
>is seen as bad from the IE6 ?
>Any help would be greatly appreciated,
>Thank you very much in advance.
>with best regards

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