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IIS and XML


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Metallica

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Hi all,

I have set up a website on a IIS server, but I'm having problems with reading my XML file.
I'm using Javascript, but for some reason it's unable to read the data from my XML file.
Expecting this to be a permissions problem, I've set "Execute permission" to "Scripts and Executables" but still no go.

Any ideas?

TIA,
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Metallica

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I have decided it has nothing to do with IIS.
Probably just the way browsers handle javascript.

*Metallica thinks he can do it more elegantly with PHP.
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