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    any xml and asp expert here?

    I need help...but don't know how to explain it in here. It is a simple problem, but it is long explaination....Please email me if you understand xml and asp well.....thanks very much.

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    Hi:
    The nature of this site means that you'll need to post your question in order for others to help. It's not appropriate to solicit members to email you- this is a forum, and your question may benefit others should someone post a solution.

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    OUch that was cold

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    Not cold I don't think ... just true


    ASP has XSL capabilities; all you need to do is associate your xml and xsl together, and ASP will output the result of the transformation:

    Code:
    <%
    'Load XML
    set xmlDoc = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
    xmlDoc.async = false
    xmlDoc.load(Server.MapPath("data.xml"))
    
    'Load XSL
    set xslDoc = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
    xslDoc.async = false
    xslDoc.load(Server.MapPath("stylesheet.xsl"))
    
    'Transform file
    Response.Write(xmlDoc.transformNode(xslDoc))
    %>

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    thanks for the basic instruction!


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