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Question: Is it possible to create XML documents using MSXML 4.0 SAX 2.0 implementation.
Asked By: Thomas Jacob
Viewed: 2779
Answer: Yes.

You may use MXXMLWriter (an IMXWriter interface implementation class) to build the XML documents using SAX. Here is an example:
Start Visual Basic 6.0, create a standard EXE project, add reference (Project | References) to MSXML 4.0, and write the following code in the Form_Load method:
Dim writer As New MXXMLWriter40
Dim CH As IVBSAXContentHandler
Dim attrib As IVBSAXAttributes
    
writer.encoding = "UTF-8"
writer.indent = True
Set CH = writer
    
CH.startDocument
    
CH.startElement "", "", "WebSites", attrib
   
CH.characters "www.perfectxml.com"
    
CH.endElement "", "", "WebSites"
    
CH.endDocument
    
MsgBox writer.output

The book XML Application Development with MSXML 4.0 containing many more examples of using SAX to create documents using MXXMLWriter.


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