[ZPT] HTTP-XML input into ZPT

Charlie Clark charlie at egenix.com
Wed Nov 1 17:08:48 EST 2006

Am 01.11.2006, 22:25 Uhr, schrieb norman <norman_khine at yahoo.co.uk>:

> Hello,
> What tools are needed to read HTTP-XML generated data from an external  
> site and display this within a ZPT?
> I have an output.xml file on a remote server, like:
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
> <products>
>   <product>
>     <id>2</id>
>     <type>Type</type>
>     <typedesc>TypeDesc</typedesc>
>     <name>Name</name>
>     <shortdesc>shortdesc</shortdesc>
>     <status>0</status>
>     <url>http://www.site.com</url>
>     <thumbnail>2t.jpg</thumbnail>
>     <image1>2a.jpg</image1>
>   </product>

You will need either an XML Parser or XSL(T) although I can't really see  
the point in then using a ZPT unless you wish to include this information  
in an existing page.


Charlie Clark

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