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Default document create

1 var oXmlDom = zXmlDom.createDocument();
2 alert("clinfix");

alert function not working , if I put second line before first line alert is working . So I am having problem with this first line
I am using
IE6.0
Firefox 1.5
Apache 2.0.3

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Can you be more specific? What happens in IE vs. Firefox?

If both browsers aren't working, chances are you're just not including the zxml.js file.

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    Nothing happens on both browsers. An empty page is viewing,
IE has an error "DOM not supported" when clicking on statusbar.
There is nothing at all:(

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For IE, make sure you have ActiveX controls turned on. If those are disabled, you won't be able to create an XML DOM. I have no idea why it wouldn't be working in Firefox, though.

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