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From "Adam Ratcliffe" <a...@mrigitech.com>
Subject RE: Conversion of complex form to cforms
Date Mon, 17 Jan 2005 23:49:34 GMT

> That's pretty much what document.load() does, and you can create a
> document using document.implementation.createDocument... except
> Internet Exploder used to not be able to do this, maybe it does now...
> see http://www.quirksmode.org/dom/importxml.html for how to do it
> differently in IE if necessary.
>
> You can use the XMLHttpRequest object to load synchronously, if that's
> what you need (but you can probably instead use the onload handler of
> your XML-loading document to do whatever needs to be done).

This looks great, I can think of at least one other application I have that
could
benefit from using XMLHttpRequest.

> > One
> > way I can think of
> > doing this would be to load the data into a hidden-frame and get
> > access to
> > it that way - is
> > that what you had in mind?
> > e
>
> Bleah.
> :-)

Agreed !

> Are you using the "v2" forms Flow API?  That's how it's done in uh...
> v1, I guess.  In v2 you would say

I'm using the forms Flow API that comes with 2.1.6, is that v2?

Cheers
Adam


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