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Elliotte Harold wrote:
> Rick Marshall wrote:
>> leaving aside the fact that i've broken some coding rules for
>> entities, is it possible to write an external entity that calls a cgi
> Absolutely. The problem in your case appears to be that the entity
> which the CGI script returns is not in fact a well-formed XML
> document. There's nothing fundamentally wrong with GETting a CGI from
> an XML parse. It's just another resource. XML doesn't care how it's
> retrieved or served.
in spite of my earlier statement i haven't got it working :( -
misleading data. i'm going to take the question over to the xsl list as
i think it's more appropriate.
the problem seems to be my understanding of <!NOTATION and the
interaction with NDATA. it seems to me that one should reference the
other, but there doesn't seem to be a way to say "this is a document,
just get it" and "this is a script, please run it". (maybe this is an
it would be so cool for lots of data applications if this worked.
any final comments?
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