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Reading an XML Feed using Classic ASP
Reading an XML Feed using Classic ASP
This script offers an easy way to read from an XML feed, which can be easily adapted to read, say, the latest news from the BBC RSS feeds or perhaps the latest blog post from a WordPress-hosted company blog.
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Create XML Documents from Access Output
Create XML Documents from Access Output
Active Server Pages allow for the easy ability to create dynamic views of your data on a web server, but you can also create "static" documents on the server. This can be particularly useful if you wish to distribute your information on CD or in virtually any document form.
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Parsing XML in ASP
Parsing XML in ASP
This tutorial will show you how to parse XML using XSL stylesheets via ASP.
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Using the XML Schema Definition Tool Xsd.exe to generate VB classes
Using the XML Schema Definition Tool Xsd.exe to generate VB classes
Using the XML Schema Definition Tool Xsd.exe to generate VB classes
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ASP XML Admin Control
ASP XML Admin Control
This is a small Web Application, this contains basic XML functions using ASP including a XML driven user authentication, adding new records, viewing records, editing and deleting records.
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Online Exam using ASP & XML
Online Exam using ASP & XML
This article presents an online exam system that pulls its data from an xml file on the server. The question list for the user is sent to the browser via Microsoft's XMLHTTP Object. Using this same object, the questions are retrieved from the server and displayed on the page whenever the user requests a question.
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Chat Using ASP & XML
Chat Using ASP & XML
This article presents a nice little chat system that uses Microsoft's XMLHTTP Object to transfer the messages and user list. It features public as well as private modes, and is currently configured so that the browser requests the current users list from the server every 5 seconds. This article assumes that you are familiar with ASP, XML and HTML.
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A 'Print This Page' Script Using the MS-XMLHTTP object and Regular Expressions
A 'Print This Page' Script Using the MS-XMLHTTP object and Regular Expressions
This 2-page article describes how to create a Printer Friendly Page using Microsoft's XMLHTTP component along with regular expressions. It shows how to use XMLHTTP to perform an actual HTTP GET request for the page that you wish to display in a Printer Friendly format. Then, it utilizes regular expressions to pick out chunks of text that the Web page author has defined to not appear in the Printer Friendly format. A neat read highlighting the capabilities of the XMLHTTP component and regular expressions.
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Simple XML/RSS Parser
Simple XML/RSS Parser
Simple XML/Parser is a XML parser designed for to parse most valid news and blog feeds. No database required to work with it. All you need is to include a subroutine in your code and call it.
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