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    xml and IIS5

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    by mitchelgw ·

    Could some please tell what if anything needs to be done to IIS 5 to enable xml support.
    Thank you,
    Mitchel

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    • #3437009

      xml and IIS5

      by joseph moore ·

      In reply to xml and IIS5

      From a Microsoft propaganda page on IIS:
      “Just as HTML lets you describe the format of a Web document, Extensible Markup Language (XML) lets you semantically describe the complex structure of data or documents, which can then be shared across a variety of applications, clients, and servers. Using the Microsoft XML Parser, included with Internet Explorer version 4.0 or later, you can create server-side applications enabling your Web server to exchange XML-formatted data with Internet Explorer version 4.0 or later, or with other servers having XML parsing capabilities.”

      And in the MSDN, I found this list for IIS5:

      New Features in ASP:
      New flow control methods
      Improved error handling
      Scriptless ASP
      Performance-enhanced objectsExtensible Markup Language (XML) integration
      Microsoft? Windows? Script Components
      A new way to determine browser capabilities
      ASP self-tuning
      Server-side include with SRC attribute
      Encoded scripts in ASP pages

      So, have your developerswrite XML. Looks like IIS support it right out of the box.

      hope this helps

      • #3437003

        xml and IIS5

        by mitchelgw ·

        In reply to xml and IIS5

        Thanks, thats what I thought and I did try some test pages and it seems to work.

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      xml and IIS5

      by mitchelgw ·

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