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Windows Update Installs MSXML 4.0 SDK Documentation in Error

After you run Microsoft Windows Update, you may see previously non-existent MSXML 4.0 and Microsoft XML 4.0 Parser Software Development Kit (SDK) menu items under Programs on your Start menu.
Slow XSLT Performance with Managed Parser

Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) style sheets that use the <xsl:key> element may experience slow performance when they are used to transform XML data in .NET applications. You may notice this behavior with large XML data, typically in megabytes.
Access Violation in MSXML 4.0 When MSXML Performs Transforms

When Microsoft XML (MSXML) 4.0 performs transforms, MSXML may experience a random crash (access violation). An internal part of an Extensible Style Sheet Language (XSL) variable is destroyed prematurely when XML cleans a stack frame. This occurs when XML cleans up a frame that evaluates the variable for the first time and that passes this variable as a parameter to a template.
Problems When You Add a Node That Contains a Slash Mark (/)

When you add a binary node to an MSXML DOM document, a failure may occur if the node contains a slash mark (/) character.
ServerXMLHTTP Object Fails When URL Contains More Than Two Spaces

If a URL contains more than two spaces, the ServerXMLHTTP object may fail with the following error message:
Run-time error '-2147012891 (80072ee5)' The URL is invalid
PRB: Error Message on MSXML3 Setup - "Error Creating Process msiexec.exe ..."

The following error message might occur when you attempt to install version 3.0 of the MSXML parser on a Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98, or a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation or Server:
Error creating process msiexec.exe /i msxml3.msi
Reason: The system cannot find the file specified




PRB: Encoding Attribute Is Not Returned in DOMDocument XMLProperty

The xml property of the DOMDocument object does not return the encoding attribute for the XML data, even if a specific encoding is specified in the XML.
PRB: Browsing and Saving the Default MSXML XSL Stylesheet in Internet Explorer

Attempting to save the default Microsoft Extensible Markup Language (MSXML) Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) stylesheet after opening the stylesheet in Internet Explorer does not persist the XSL to the specified file and location. No error or informational message displays to indicate that the save operation did not succeed. Attempting to run a 'View Source' when the XSL is displayed in the browser window causes the following informational message to appear:
The XML source file is unavailable for viewing.
BUG: Error Message When onreadystatechange Used with XML HTTP Objects in Visual Basic

When you attempt to set the onreadystatechange property of the XMLHTTP object within Microsoft Visual Basic to a function or variable, you may receive the following error message:
Run-time error '424':
Object Required
PRB: The Send Object of XMLHttp May Fail with 0x800C0008

When you use the Send method of XMLHttp on XML 2.6 or later, you may see a return result code of 0x800C0008.
Schema Cache Does Not Validate the Minimum and Maximum Length of String Data Type

When a maximum length or minimum length constraint is imposed on an XML document element with a data type of string, an attempt to validate the document using the schema cache may not validate the document properly when the specified elements constraints are exceeded.
BUG: "Access is denied" Error Message When Making HTTPS Requests with ServerXMLHTTP

When you make HTTPS requests between Web servers by using the ServerXMLHTTP request object, you may receive the following error message:
"Access is denied" -2147024891 (80070005)




BUG: IXMLDOMDocument::load Method Returns Error 0x80070005 - E_ACCESSDENIED

A call to the IXMLDOMDocument::load method of the MSXML component from C++ fails and return the error 0x80070005 - E_ACCESSDENIED.
MSXML 3.0 Running on Windows NT 4.0 Server Fails Windows 2000 NTLM Authentication

When you send a ServerXmlHttp request from Internet Information Server (IIS) 4.0 to Internet Information Services (IIS) 5.0, you may receive the following error message:
The login request was denied
PRB: Unregistering MSXML 3.0 DLL Removes Registry Entries When Installed in Replace Mode

If MSXML 3.0 is installed in replace mode and the dynamic-link library (DLL) is unregistered, all registry entries for previous versions are removed, and Web applications that were using MSXML no longer work correctly
MSXML 3.0 Clients Do Not Connect When Digits Are the Leading Characters in Tags

The MSXML 3.0 specification does not permit leading numbers in tags. Earlier version clients are flexible in their adherence to this specification; however, MSXML 3.0 clients adhere to this specification.
PRB: XMLHTTP Send Method Raises Error When Large Files Are PUT

When you use the send method of the IXMLHTTPRequest object to PUT a large file to a Web server, you receive the following error message:
Not enough storage available for the operation.
The error occurs on Windows 98 clients, but does not occur on Microsoft Windows 2000 clients. The more memory that a client has, the larger the file that can be sent.
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