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??? Use a text editor?
Run a program which inserts bytes into a specific position in the file.
What have you to work with? Java, C3, PHP, Perl?
When you say position, are you referring to a...
Judging by the URL links, you're probably not passing in the parameter correctly. I would pass it as something like:
and have the page look for the...
The browser that you're using probably treats the output as HTML by default.
You'd still need to put the html and various elements in, if you're not doing so, (eg if you haven't trimmed the xslt...
To be very clear, when you say you took my suggestion, then when binFileExist = False, you set xmlContents to equal a new empty NodeList?
Could you post the code where you do so?
Templates are rule sets generated for the processing of each node. First the document node of the xml doc is processed. This corresponds to:
Now, the other nodes aren't...
Read the documentation of whatever you're using to process your xml.
Line number? Code at that line?
Break your question into seperate questions.
Not part of the same package. It appears to call code in another package. This is specific to whatever you're using to process it, not xml in general.
You'd probably have something like
Are you still intending to use ASP/XML?
Possibly (depending on what you're using), there is also the insertbefore function:
This is a better...
In your if clause where it asks if binFileExist = False, I would consider initializing xmlcontents to an empty <contents> node.
Either that or change the line
for i =...
HTML tutorial, specifically image tag:
So if using xslt, code is usually something like:
guessing, if your source like:
Create a new parent node.
Add the new child node in.
Add the old children in. (You may have to clone nodes).
Do a replaceNode: oldparent with newparent.
If blnFileExist = False then do you ever initialize xmlcontents?
Do you have control of the xml generation?
Depends on what type of code you're using, but probably xpath.
You could change your schema to make the element optional.
Are you using the excel feature to validate against your schema when you export it?
This really depends on the code of the app that receives your xml. Without knowledge of that we cannot say.
Have you gotten a default load time for a blank page? It could be the loading of flash that is taking up too much time.
The steps would probably be something like:
Try and find the longest comment. Search for the comment element with the longest text length. Multiply this length by some factor, and set the cell width...
What type of errors are in the xml? Is it well-formed, but not matching schema? Does you application have the ability to handle this large of an xml file?
If it is not well-formed, call bs. The...
You don't use x anywhere except for the length correct?
Maybe even use
Move the </h2> end tag after the </img> tag.
Headers automatically have their own lines.