> If you want to do processing of XML on IIS, probably the easiest way is to
> install Internet Explorer 5 on your server (if you can stand to) and then
> access its XML-oriented COM components through Active Server Pages. A lot
> of folks on the XSL-list (http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list)are
> doing this now to use Microsoft's XSL components on IIS.
> I haven't actually used ASP to do this yet, but I will be in a few weeks
> for a project. There is some documentation on Microsoft's various sites
> explaining it, though I'll have to find it again.
I don't have an NT box to play with, but I'm told PHP runs under IIS and I
know PHP includes XML parsing as I've been using PHP with XML under
Apache on Linux.
(If I had more acronyms appropriate for the conversation, I would have
used them. :)
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