dump_mem(); NOT XML STRING??

Discussion in 'XML' started by dev, Nov 12, 2004.

  1. dev

    dev Guest

    Hey all,

    I do this:
    $XML=$this->m_obj->dump_mem( true, 'iso-8859-1' );

    SO THIS MEANS I HAVE A XML STRING?
    if i print it then i get the xml structure!
    But printed direclty in a browser i see nothing and only the sourcecode is a
    xml but no parsing from clientside,

    The real problem is when i do want to combine a xsl and sml file:
    $arguments=array("/_xml" => $XML, "/_xsl" => $xslFileData);
    $XSLobj=xslt_create();
    $result=xslt_process($XSLobj,""arg:/_xml", arg:/_xsl", null, $arguments);

    It parse the xsl file but IT NEVER READS FROM THE XML? it doesnt exist?

    but when i save the $XML local to a file or i put it in a string it works..?

    So why doesnt $this->m_obj->dump_mem( true, 'iso-8859-1' ) delivers a string
    valid for this use??

    GReetz,

    M
     
    dev, Nov 12, 2004
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