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Optimizing XML and JS Code

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For your help with Q_20794713.html

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Okay, first of all we need a copy of the generated code. Which means we need copies of the associated files from HJDIESEL, or for him to post a copy of your modified version on his server. I am somewhat familiar with MSXML but have used it only with ASP and PHP.

Is this intended to be MSIE-only?

I know clientside XSLT is all the rage in some circles (and not just in MSIE -- Mozilla also supports it, although it's done quite a bit differently), but my feeling is that it's much better to do this on the server.
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Where can I put the associated files, I don't have a server!
I am providing a front-end for customer to work offline and download a microcube and work with it on their own machines. The XMLA files can get very big, the example file is 1.1mb (zipped 80k) but it will be downloaded by the customer using FTP on demand.
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Yes, for now it is only MSIE
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Apparently I missed something while at the Parade :-(
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I am not 100% sure wat is happening. Zontar wanted the other associated files, and I replied to say that I don't have a server and will send the files to whereever or attach is some way, just not sure how to do that
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Okay - let's hold on then till Zontar replies - if need be they can by posted on my server at some point...
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Apparently I missed something also. What's going on?
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Just a misunderstanding - there was an initial issue with the points here being worth more than the original - it's all sorted out now :-)

Do you need HJDIESEL's files on a server somewhere?
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It would be nice to see the complete/working app, but I can still poke through and offer some advice, I think.

It'll have to be later in the day, tho, I'm really running behind right now.
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I can put a zip file of all the basic elements in a stand-alone enviroment, just tell me where to put the files
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Just doing an update here - where do we stand with this...

Thanks,
georgemarian
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Good question.

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I guess we can close this out...

Thanks Zontar :-)
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The last time we spoke on the 11/16, I was still waiting for a place to put the ZIP file. ZOntar wanted it to change the JS code
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Can we still do this Zontar?
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I think this was the comment regarding this - just to refresh my meory:
You also might consider replacing the hard-coded onmouseover and onmouseout and onclick handlers with a loop of JS run when the page loads. This would also cut down on the size of the file. Post your updated table code (or a representative sample thereof) and I can show you how to do this.
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Yes, that is rite, and u wanted the whole app - "It would be nice to see the complete/working app, but I can still poke through and offer some advice, I think".
I can post part of the HTML file here if u prefer
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