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Re: how to view Valid XML file

From: gordon <gordon@quartz.gly.fsu.edu>
Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 06:09:50 -0700
Message-ID: <000b01be9baf$91ad7a40$5c5d0418@vista1.sdca.home.com>
To: <www-style@w3.org>
The easiest way to view a valid xml file is by loading it into Internet
Explorer version 5.  If you expect it to be displayed as a document in
html/xhtml, then you'll need to use xsl (an xml application) to create one
or more views of the data.

The best parser is, of course, one written by you as it will do the things
that you need to get done.  The most convenient parser is the built-in
parser in IEv5; it will display a valid xml file simply by pointing the
browser at it.  If you are looking for a tool to assist you, then I've found
that XMLSpy is very good.  It works on xml, xhtml, xsl and dtd files very
well, but you will need to get some foundation in the x-technologies
regardless of the route taken in browsers and tools.

The WROX press folks brought a new book to Internet World '99 in Los Angeles
which is quite good a providing an overall picture of the xml family.  "XML
IE5 Programmer's Reference" by Alex Homer, ISBN 1-861001-57-6.  Although
it's aimed at IE, the book clearly distinguishes between the standards,
working drafts and MS add-ons.

later,
gordon


----- Original Message -----
From: bhupesh vora <bhupesh_v@hotmail.com>
To: <www-style@w3.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 1999 1:44 AM
Subject: how to view Valid XML file


> Dear Sir
>
> How do I view a valid xml file ....After parsing  the XML DOCUMENT through
> parser does it converts in to HTML file for displaying it in browser or it
> keeps the XML DOCUMENT  in .xml extension for display.
>
> Which Parser is the best  Suggested  by you .
>
> pls let me know ...
>
> wating for reply
>
> Bhupesh Vora
>
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