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How do I process XML using JQuery in Internet Explorer?

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I am experiencing a problem processing a simple xml document using jquery in internet explorer. The idea is to parse selected elements off of the xml document and then append to the DOM. I have it working correctly in Firefox 2, but Internet Explorer 6 SP 2 is raining on my parade. Please see code snippet below for guidance. Thanks in advance.
html and javascript

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//  DTD HTML 4.01//EN"

   "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">

 <html>

   <head>

     <meta content="text/xml; charset=iso-8859-1" http-equiv="Content-Type">

     <title>Address book</title>

     <script src="jquery.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

     <script type="application/javascript">

     $(function() {

         $('#update-target a').click(function() {

             $.ajax({

                 type: "GET",

                 url: "label.xml",

                 dataType: "text/xml",

                 success: function(xml) {

                     $(xml).find('label').each(function(){

                         var id_text = $(this).attr('id')

                         var name_text = $(this).find('name').text()

 

                         $('<li></li>')

                             .html(name_text + ' (' + id_text + ')')

                             .appendTo('#update-target ol');

                     }); //close each(

                 }

             }); //close $.ajax(

         }); //close click(

     }); //close $(

     </script>

   </head>

   <body>

     <p>

       <div id='update-target'>

         <a href="#">Click here to load addresses</a>

         <ol></ol>

       </div>

     </p>

   </body>

 </html>

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xml file

 

<labels>

<label id="mj">

<name>Michael Jordan</name>

</label>

<label id="kb">

<name>Kobe Bryant</name>

</label>

</labels>

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Question by:JayKing81
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hielo earned 125 total points
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try changing:
<script type="application/javascript">

to:
<script type="text/javascript">
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I actually figured this out a little while back, but you hit on the head. IE didn't like the application/javascript tag. Thanks.
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