Yes I am using Oracle XSQL , but the webserver is part of the problem , site A
and site B are on a different web server . Site A is developed and maintained by
us , depending on the options selected by the user , the control leads to a 3rd
party site which is on a different web server, the XML doc from site A needs to
be available at site B. Any tips ?
Leigh Dodds <[log in to unmask]> on 07/17/2000 08:35:25 AM
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Subject: Re: Transfer of XML docs via a FTP site
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> Subject: Re: [XML-L] Transfer of XML docs via a FTP site
> how would one go about transferring XML docs via
> HTTP , i.e site A processes a request , goes to the database and
> generates a XML doc , which needs to be used by site B.
You mentioned in the email at the start of this thread
that you were developing your application using Oracle XSQL.
The Oracle XSQL servlet is capable of producing an XML document
in response to an HTTP request. So as long as site B has
access to your webserver then they can request the documents
Leigh Dodds, Systems Architect | "Pluralitas non est ponenda
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