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From "Robin Green" <gree...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: How one xml file call another modified xml file like without a user interven
Date Wed, 10 Jan 2001 23:10:35 GMT
You need to use XSP, Java and 
response.sendRedirect("user.xml?msg="+errorMessage)

user.xml will need to call request.getParameter ("msg")

"M. Amin" <amin@imkenberg.net> asked:
>In my xml file for example "user.xml" the user enters his personal 
>information which are sent
>directly to another xml file for example "check-user.xml" which checks that 
>all of the mandatory
>user's attributes are entered by the user. If one of the attributes is 
>missed, "check-user.xml" must call back "user.xml"
>with a error message indicating missed attributes for the user.
>My question is how one xml file like "check-user.xml" (which will be hidden 
>for the user) call
>another modified xml file like "user.xml" without a user intervention ?.
>or How can i handle this task in xml ?

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