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RKS
Has anyone experienced a problem with the Sarissa implementation of
selectNodes? My code, using the Sarissa parser, successfully loads an
xml document into the domNode variable. The selectNodes method then
fails to load any nodes.

This problem only occurs when using the Firefox browser though. In IE
the same selectNodes functions loads the nodes as I expected. Has
anyone any ideas why this might be occuring?

Apr 3 '06 #1
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RKS wrote:
Has anyone experienced a problem with the Sarissa implementation of
selectNodes? My code, using the Sarissa parser, successfully loads an
xml document into the domNode variable. The selectNodes method then
fails to load any nodes.

This problem only occurs when using the Firefox browser though. In IE
the same selectNodes functions loads the nodes as I expected. Has
anyone any ideas why this might be occuring?


Please make sure to include sarissa_ieemu_x path.js in your html source,
i.e. :
<script type="text/javascript"
src='js/sarissa_ieemu_x path.js'></script>

If you generate mentioned xml on the server side and write it into
response, please make sure to set appropriate content type, i.e. (in
C#):

Response.Conten tType = "text/xml";

Apr 4 '06 #2

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