It is very easy to get the data and use it to pre-populate an HTML form.
Then the data can be modified and the new data written back. Exactly how you
do this depends on whether the data is local or on a server, your preferred
tools etc. You can display the initial form with XSLT or the DOM, then use
From: General discussion of Extensible Markup Language
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Sprinna
Sent: 11 April 2001 04:57
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Subject: access xml file and change the data of it
I'm thinking the way to access xml files and insert/update/delete certain
content of xml elements.
That is from the browser(ie5+), offing a method to get data(like form in
html?), according to the data to open the xml file and make
modification(change text, attribute, or something else).
such as: to change the headline, to add a new <action>...
<headline>Laurence for SAM</headline>