george wrote:Hi Jon,
I saved the file locally to have an xml extension to it and IE shows something, not really understandable but there are some input fields there and no error message.
Hmm. The download may be giving you something inaccurate. What the URL I gave should lead you to is a text representation of the "f16.xml" file, in our CVS repository. To see the file, maybe it's best to go here:
http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/j ... 1&view=log
Then, notice this line near top:
"Bookmark a link to HEAD: (view) (download) (as text)"
Click on the "view" text to see the content of the file as processed by Explorer with it's own transformation. Click on the "download" link to actually download it - THIS is the action that should lead to the file being transformed and converted to HTML and displayed in the browser. The error message seems to indicate that the .xsl file (JSBSim.xsl) cannot be found or accesed. However, I can view that file in my browser at:
It has just occurred to me, though, that perhaps the permissions on the .xsl file are not extensive enough to allow the file to be used to transform my xml file. This is the part I do not understand. It seems that somehow my JSBSim.xsl file is not being served properly. If I save both files locally and change the reference in my f16.xml file to point to a local copy of the JSBSim.xsl file, the transform works. When I try to do this all over the web, it does not work.