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Writing a local XML file from a parsed URL?? Similar to RSS

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Hello,

I am trying to pull the XML data from the following stream:
http://www.360voice.com/api/blog-get...ngeagent&num=5
and write it to a local file.

Actually, what I would like to do is take the above stream and display
it into a website... much like displaying RSS feeds on a webpage.

I looked at javascript, but someone there pointed me to the PHP group.
I may not have worded the subject correctly.

Thanks so much for any help/advice!!

I appreciate it!!
Shannon

Jun 27 '06 #1
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linearfusion wrote:
I am trying to pull the XML data from the following stream:
http://www.360voice.com/api/blog-get...ngeagent&num=5
and write it to a local file.

This can be accomplished with file_get_contents() combined with fopen() and
fputs() see the manual for more information about these functions.
Actually, what I would like to do is take the above stream and display
it into a website... much like displaying RSS feeds on a webpage.


There are many ways in which you can do this, per example with XSLT; see the
following pages for more info:

http://www.php.net/xslt (PHP 4)
http://www.php.net/xsl (PHP5)
JW
Jun 27 '06 #2

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Thanks JW!!!!
Janwillem Borleffs wrote:
linearfusion wrote:
I am trying to pull the XML data from the following stream:
http://www.360voice.com/api/blog-get...ngeagent&num=5
and write it to a local file.


This can be accomplished with file_get_contents() combined with fopen() and
fputs() see the manual for more information about these functions.
Actually, what I would like to do is take the above stream and display
it into a website... much like displaying RSS feeds on a webpage.


There are many ways in which you can do this, per example with XSLT; see the
following pages for more info:

http://www.php.net/xslt (PHP 4)
http://www.php.net/xsl (PHP5)
JW


Jun 27 '06 #3

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