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    XML doc in the body of a HTTP POST

    hi there
    i was wondering if anyone could shed some lights on how to deal with XML doc sent in the body of a HTTP POST. I would like to have two applications communicating with each other, XML and HTTP POST would be the bridge.

    thanks in advance

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    In a word... XSLT

    Google it

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    XSLT is a way to apply transformations to an XML document. How can that help me?

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    I'm not certain this is what you mean, but are you looking for something like when xml is submitted via a form?
    If this is, depending on what you are looking to do with it, your best bet is with the DOM functions, which can be found for reference on the php.net website. Without further information though, it would be impossible to create anything that may suit your needs.

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    php://input seems to do what I am looking for.


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