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Barney Leru
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Hi guys.

I am developing an application that performs various tasks and when completed it will create an xml file containing the tasks and results. The user then can launch a web browser to open and view the xml file. This is possible with Internet Explorer 5 or newer. But if this application is deployed on a Unix enviroment with Netscape installed, can the user view the xml files in Netscape? And if so from what version.

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Jeroen Wenting
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Netscape 4 cannot display XML. Netscape 6 or 7 may be able to but I don't know how it will look (almost certainly quite different from what IE does).
 
Stefan Wagner
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I use firebird 0.9, a very recent version of mozilla aka netscape.

It shows the xml with syntax-highlightening and with - and + signs, which allow to fold subsections.
 
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