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Default ResponseXML property of XMLHTTPRequest Object

Hi ,

I think it has already been raised in this forum regarding the code unavailability.I cant see the code for the beginning chapters.

My other query is regarding the responseXML property, refer Try it out (Returning Response Data As an XML Document Object) in Chapter 4. When i am using the selectSingleNode method its returning me a null value. The responseText property is working fine and it is returning the full XML as a String Object.


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