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I develop a report to display my data in XML in HTML form.The HTML contain the report template & the contain of the report in XML file.This report working fine with IE6 & IE7 but not IE8. In IE8 the header of the report able to display but no the XML data unable to display.This is no issue using IE6 & IE7.Please help me.

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This is the code-----------------------<html><head><title>ASSIST Report</title><style type="text/css"><!--.style1 { font-size: 18px; color: #0000CC; font-weight: bold;}.style2 { font-size: 14px; color: #0000CC; font-weight: bold;}.style3 { font-size: 12px; color: #0000CC; font-weight: bold;}--></style></head><body><xmlsrc="data.xml"id="xmldso"async="false"></xml><xmlsrc="data1.xml"id="xmldso1"async="false"></xml><p class="style1">GPS Coordinate (RSO) & Derived Information</p><tabledatasrc="#xmldso1"width="100%"border="0"><tr align="left"><td class="style2">Project Name : <span datafld="Name"></span></td></tr><tr align="left"><td class="style2">Project Area : <span datafld="area"></span></td><tr align="left"></tr><td class="style2">Project Date : <span datafld="date"></span></td></tr></table><p class="style1"></p><tabledatasrc="#xmldso"width="100%"border="1"><thead><th>No.</th><th>Station No</th><th>Tree Id</th><th>X Coordinate</th><th>Y Coordinate</th><th>Z Value</th><th>Species</th><th>Height</th><th>Dbh</th><th>Volume</th><th>Remark</th></thead><tr align="left"><td><span datafld="No"></span></td><td><span datafld="Station"></span></td><td><span datafld="Tree"></span></td><td><span datafld="X_value"></span></td><td><span datafld="Y_value"></span></td><td><span datafld="Z_value"></span></td><td><span datafld="Species"></span></td><td><span datafld="Height"></span></td><td><span datafld="Dbh"></span></td><td><span datafld="Volume"></span></td><td><span datafld="Remark"></span></td></tr></table><p class="style2">ASSIST Generated Report</p></body></html>-----------------------

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This is the code-----------------------<html><head><title>ASSIST Report</title><style type="text/css"><!--.style1 { font-size: 18px; color: #0000CC; font-weight: bold;}.style2 { font-size: 14px; color: #0000CC; font-weight: bold;}.style3 { font-size: 12px; color: #0000CC; font-weight: bold;}--></style></head><body><xmlsrc="data.xml"id="xmldso"async="false"></xml><xmlsrc="data1.xml"id="xmldso1"async="false"></xml><p class="style1">GPS Coordinate (RSO) & Derived Information</p><tabledatasrc="#xmldso1"width="100%"border="0"><tr align="left"><td class="style2">Project Name : <span datafld="Name"></span></td></tr><tr align="left"><td class="style2">Project Area : <span datafld="area"></span></td><tr align="left"></tr><td class="style2">Project Date : <span datafld="date"></span></td></tr></table><p class="style1"></p><tabledatasrc="#xmldso"width="100%"border="1"><thead><th>No.</th><th>Station No</th><th>Tree Id</th><th>X Coordinate</th><th>Y Coordinate</th><th>Z Value</th><th>Species</th><th>Height</th><th>Dbh</th><th>Volume</th><th>Remark</th></thead><tr align="left"><td><span datafld="No"></span></td><td><span datafld="Station"></span></td><td><span datafld="Tree"></span></td><td><span datafld="X_value"></span></td><td><span datafld="Y_value"></span></td><td><span datafld="Z_value"></span></td><td><span datafld="Species"></span></td><td><span datafld="Height"></span></td><td><span datafld="Dbh"></span></td><td><span datafld="Volume"></span></td><td><span datafld="Remark"></span></td></tr></table><p class="style2">ASSIST Generated Report</p></body></html>-----------------------
I got the same question.I made a submit orm with coffeecup form builder and it works under firefox but not under IE9????Only error I get in Firefox is the following :Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /customers/c/8/f/karfil.be/httpd.www/registered.php:1) in /customers/c/8/f/karfil.be/httpd.www/registered.php on line 4In IE9 it's just a white screen and says "form object".Any solutions?
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There is no such thing as an <xml> element in HTML. It looks like you're using Internet Explorer's old "XML data islands" approach. You should be using Javascript to load the XML document, or PHP even. Here's a page explaining why not to use data islands: http://w3schools.com/xml/xml_dont.aspAbout the session_start() problem, it just means that you have already printed some content before calling the session_start() function. Make sure that session_start() is the first thing in your script.

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Dear Ingolme,I already create the new html file and the code as below-----------------------<html><head><script type="text/javascript" src="loadxmldoc.js"> </script></head><body><script type="text/javascript">xmlDoc=loadXMLDoc("data.xml");x=xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName('Species');for (i=0;i<x.length;i++){document.write(x.childNodes[0].nodeValue);document.write("<br />");}</script></body></html>-----------------------I also already have the "loadxmldoc.js" file which I copied from the example. The problem is now I unable to load the html page at all.When I load using IE the page I get this error at the IE status bar "Done, but errors on the page"The file location of "loadxmldoc.js" , html & xml file in same folder.I open the html file from the choosing the file and not using any webserver.I still not sure where I did wrong.Thanks

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Have you looked at a detailed description of the errors on the page? Double-click on the "Done, but errors on the page" icon and it will give you details of the error.

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Dear IngolmeBelow is the error that I get-----------------Line: 12Char: 1Error: Access is deniedCode:0URL:File://c:/test1.html---------------------
HTTP requests on the local filesystem are likely denied due to security reasons. You'll have to test it in a server environment. Also, the target file must be on the same domain as the file that's performing the request.
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HTTP requests on the local filesystem are likely denied due to security reasons. You'll have to test it in a server environment. Also, the target file must be on the same domain as the file that's performing the request.
Is there any other method that I can use to display the xml data as I did during using IE6?
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