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    Serving xml feeds

    I want to run a website providing content in the form of stco exchange feeds that other websites will feed off from. How do i go about it using xml?

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    you will have to write an application that works from a server, and when a user requests a link you will need to read the infor from where ever(DB?) and then create a RSS conformant feed....
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    I know quite a bit of xml, though I am still learning more. The xml will not be the difficult part though I will need some help. What will I use to develop the rest of the application? And what will the other websites use to get the contnent from the xml document?

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    Originally posted by anesufreddy
    What will I use to develop the rest of the application?....
    There are serveral programming languges that you can use for this purpose.
    Such as Java or PHP.

    ....And what will the other websites use to get the contnent from the xml document?
    That is a completely relative term.It all depends on what exactly is you are going to do with your XML file.Typically if you want to use it as an RSS/XML feed,then the XML file must be conform to RSS standard(at least 0.91)

    Do a google searcch for phrase

    RSS feed

    and you shall get 8,970,000 results...
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