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Old April 25th, 2005, 07:11 AM
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Default How to save XML file using JScript/DOM in IE

Greetings all,

I'm a new member to this group, I'm having a bit of a problem with the IXMLDocument's save method and I'm not sure how to fix it.

I have a javascript function SaveToXML in which I'll load existing xml file to msxml2.DOMDocument.4.0 object. Then I added new nodes to Root element of the XMLDoc and I'm trying to save it to the same xml file.

At the end of the script I used the line "alert(xmlDoc.xml)" to see that my XML has been revised (this is for debugging only) and then use the line "xmlDoc.save(filename)". I'm able to see my expected changes in alert but not in xml file on disk.

The problem here is XMLDoc.Save(filename) is not intended for use from a secure client, such as Microsoft® Internet Explorer. I can able to save to file from View mode in Visual Studio InterDev 6.0. Can anybody help me to save xml file using JScript and DOM without using Server objects. I put security level to low for IE 6.0 on my work station.

I am trying to do a simple GuestBook for my site using XML, almost finished this except for this problem and have wasted countless hours trying different things and scouring the web for help. If anyone out there can help me with this, I would greatly appreciate it.

Here is the function I'm using:
function WriteToXML()
{
    var Node
    var NodeN
    var xmlDoc, xmlPersist
    var root
    x=document.myForm
    xmlDoc= new ActiveXObject("msxml2.DOMDocument.4.0")
    xmlDoc.validateOnParse = true
    xmlDoc.async = false
    xmlDoc.load("GuestBook.xml")

    root = xmlDoc.documentElement
    //alert(root.xml)
    Node = xmlDoc.createNode(1, "Guest", "")
    nodeP = xmlDoc.createAttribute("confidential")
    nodeP.value="C"
    Node.attributes.setNamedItem(nodeP)
    root.appendChild(Node)

    NodeN=xmlDoc.createNode(1, "Name", "")
    NodeN.text=x.Name.value
    Node.appendChild(NodeN)

    NodeE=xmlDoc.createNode(1, "Email", "")
    NodeE.text=x.Email.value
    Node.appendChild(NodeE)

    NodeW=xmlDoc.createNode(1, "Website", "")
    NodeW.text=x.Website.value
    Node.appendChild(NodeW)

    NodeC=xmlDoc.createNode(1, "Comments", "")
    NodeC.text=x.Comment.value
    Node.appendChild(NodeC)
    // working fine..
    alert(root.xml)

  xmlDoc.save("GuestBook2.xml") // can't use filename as IE won't allow
    alert("Something getting wrong")

}

 
Old April 25th, 2005, 09:07 AM
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Perhaps if you read the answer posted before you wouldn't have to post the question again?

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As per the reply in earlier question, I was trying to use HTML Component for Script, but without success.
Could you please give me a new idea.






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