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XML and XSL with Ajax

Hi, I want to update part of a XML output (generated by Perl CGI). I'm
using XSL to transform the XML.

Can I use this approach?

I need to resort the contents of a table, that gives me the results
from a query, when someone clicks on one of the names of that table.

Thanks,
Bruno

Dec 14 '06 #1
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bcochofel wrote:
I need to resort the contents of a table, that gives me the results
from a query, when someone clicks on one of the names of that table.
Yes, client-side XSLT is a standard way of doing this. Quick, simple
and doesn't round-trip to the server. Most AJAX frameworks should have
some advice on the matter.

Remember to support a server-side fallback for those who can't AJAX it.

Dec 14 '06 #2

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