extracting link from elements content

Discussion in 'XML' started by smarto59@hotmail.com, Feb 12, 2005.

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    I'm using xml as an index for p2p system in local network. Each peer
    accesses the xml file which is stored in the server through their web
    browsers. Until know the peers can only view the shared objects
    descriptions list using the xml file but how can I make a dynamic link
    in the xml file for each object which is a combination of the IP of
    the target host and the absolute path of the object in the host
    machine?
    For example:
    <host>
    <IP>212.23.33.188</IP>
    <object>
    <name>C:\sharedfiles\pic.jpg</name>
    <size>22</size>
    </object>
    </host>
     
    , Feb 12, 2005
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