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   Re: [xml-dev] getElementById and XSD schemas

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Hi all
can u put some light in this
i have a reqmt like this
i have to design a blogger site containg contents from differerent sites 
like yahoo.com,search4rss.com

Is html scrapping  a prefered way to do this

It seems its a commonly used thing and i d seen like this in lots of site

Just help

Paul Popiel wrote:

>Im having some issues with using getElementById function in DOM.
>my xml is validated against an xsd schema, with the attribute i want for the
>id declared as type xs:ID
>however when i use getElementById i get null.
>searching the web i see many other people have had the same problem, and
>that the function only seems to work with DTD.
>i still havent been able to find anyone stating a clear-cut solution to the
>has anyone been able to get getElementById with XSD validated xml?
>Paul Popiel
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