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    xml feeds required

    Hi
    I require xml feeds of my various search engine results and account keyword details, so as to provide certain account/keyword results for a number of keyword bidding tool companies.
    Any xml wizards out there.
    I`ll trade a generous amount of traffic if anyone can help here.
    Richard D Porter
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    www.sellingcircle.co.uk

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    What is an xml feed?
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    xml is client side, so i'd recommend posting this in the client side scripting forum.
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    xml client side?

    I dont aggree.
    I am currently working on an ASP/MSSQL project which uses DCOM library to create lots of XML feeds which ASP processes and send back information to either DCOM library after updates or shows data after processing data in browser.
    www.devshed.com has articles over PHP/xml

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    Agreed, XML is no more a client side technology than flat text files are XML is used far more for server side solutions than it is for client side stuff (mainlty because browser support for XML is currently pretty unimpressive, but also because XML isn't designed as a presentation language). As for which forum questions like this should go on I reckon this one (the Data Solutions one) is ideal, although it might be more clear if it was renamed to "Data Solutions and XML".


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