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Problem with XML data islands

Posted on 2001-09-15
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I have a HTML page with some data islands on it ie:

<xml id="xmlSource" src="XML/CurrentPremier.xml"></xml>

And also a .js include file ie:

<script language="javascript" src="Include/football.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

When I view this page in browser on the outside web (it works fine hosted on my computer) the .js file and xml do not seem to be downloaded.  The xmlSource is seen as an object but the xml documentelement does not exist.  I have tried using a pause function to allow the files to download.   Any ideas why I cannot "see" the xml files or js file.  Everything works fine if I copy the js functions and xml directly on the page - however this would prove unmanagable in the long run.
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chabaud earned 50 total points
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Be carreful about charcter case in paths:

XML/CurrentPremier.xml should be different than
xml/currentpremier.xml
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