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Old June 30th, 2006, 04:51 AM
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Default How to create and Save an Xml file at client side.

Hi all,

I have a page that gets a couple of values onPageLoad. The page gets two new values on each refresh, I need to save all the values in a xml file in the client machine and read them and display in another popup window.

Iam able to create a new xml file in serverside, How to do it in Client system.

The client side Javascript should do the work.

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Old June 30th, 2006, 05:26 AM
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You won't be able to save onto a client's local drive unless operating in a low security enabled environment, a company intranet perhaps. Why do you need to save them locally, surely you just store the data in memory on in the page and pass it to the popup?


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