troubleshooting Question

xmlDoc.parseError equivalent in Firefox

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When I load an XML document in IE, I can use the parseError object to determine if an error occurred (and why).

Is there an equivalent in Firefox?  That is, how can I determine if a loading or parsing error occurred in Firefox other than just checking to see if the xml is blank?

I am using document.implementation.createDocument to create the XmlDocument object, then using the load() method to actually retrieve it from a remote location.
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