That's clear on the development side but what about on the Client Side? Will
everyone looking at your XML webpage have to download msxml.dll and
installed it in "replace" mode ?
Can one to just use the IE 5.5 XML/XSL tools or is that unrealistic?
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From: John E. Simpson <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, September 22, 2000 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: Showing Images via XSL HELP!!!
> At 10:31 AM 09/22/2000 -0700, Evan Lenz wrote:
> >The XSL that comes with IE5 is *not* XSLT.
> True enough as phrased, with the wording "that comes with IE5"... however,
> it's also subject to misinterpretation; wouldn't want casual readers of
> message to be scared of using IE5 for their XSLT work, though, *as long
> they've downloaded the current msxml.dll and installed it in "replace"
> mode. That "preview release" .dll comes reeeeal close to full support for
> XSLT, and I suspect the next release will close the remaining gaps.
> The link you provided (http://www.netcrucible.com/xslt/msxml-faq.htm) does
> an excellent job of answering potential questions.
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