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  1. var document = ... // XML document var root = document.documentElement;var children = root.childNodes();for ( var i = 0; i < children.length; i++ ) { var node = children[ i ]; if ( node.nodeName == "myName" ) { .... }} You can repeat at any level this kind of loop, you may also use nodeType for filtering elements. Best regards
  2. You have nice tutorials at W3schools http://www.w3schools.com/xsl/default.asp
  3. You may write it with XSLT but it requires a bit learning. Also you should learn DOM with your favorite language : 1. parse you document2. go to the dom node and remove it3. write the result document
  4. japisoft

    Any idea ?

    I advise you to switch to jsp only because this is not too far PHP. You download netbeans.org for working all is embeded.
  5. hi,You must use length() on your string for it. compareTo is for sorting an array of object. Note that your sort is not usual, you should do that ArrayList l = new ArrayList(); l.add( myCountry );Collections.sort( l );
  6. It depends on what you need to do, I like dreamweaver for static pages, however when developping the interest is minimal and I prefer simple and fast editor like notepad++.
  7. It seems the problem come from outlook http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2007-outlook/rss-with-https-in-outlook/af123761-4db8-45cf-895a-9fe796fa5c8e So only two solutions : You ask for upgrading outlook,You try to create an HTTP access only.
  8. Hello, This instruction is very dangerous x.childNodes[0]; Because you wait for an element node at the first index therefore it could bea text node and it can depend on the navigator. You may use the getElementsByTagName forfiltering the good one. Best wishes
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