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Default IE7 native XMLHttpRequest object

Hi All...

IE7 now supports native xmlhttp which is very nice.

Does anyone know whether there is native support for creating doms e.g. like mozillas document.implementation.createDocument()?

Which version of msxml does the native xmlhttp object return?

I had two client machines both with msxml 4 and IE7 installed, created a Msxml2.DomDocument.4.0 object client-side and appended cloned nodes from a native xmlhttp request into them.

Worked perfectly on one, failed on the other due to "illegal to mix versions of msxml" so had to create another dom object and populate it with serialized xml from the request and clone from that.

Is there a way to guarantee the native xmlhttp request uses the same version of msxml as used to create a dom?

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Apparently it doesn't have the other classes available which seems to me to make use of the native XMLHttpRequest impossible as you still need ActiveX to manipulate the returned data if it's in XML rather than JSON for example.
I'm trying some experiments as to what properties the object has and if it supports expando.
It's also makes using difficult because if you test window.XMLHttpRequest to see which version to use you then still need to test further to differentiate between IE7 and Mozilla.

I'll post on my blog when done.


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