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    Default Problems handling XML

    Building a page to handle a large XML file and the published site only displays PHP code. I'm missing something somewhere, but haven't a clue. Any suggestions?

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    Sounds like you are publishing locally. If you wish to parse PHP on your computer you will need to install a web server (apache or IIS) and php, then run your local files in your local web server installation.

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    Upload to your hosting account where php should already be installed for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gotFusion View Post
    Sounds like you are publishing locally. If you wish to parse PHP on your computer you will need to install a web server (apache or IIS) and php, then run your local files in your local web server installation.

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    Upload to your hosting account where php should already be installed for you.
    You're correct. I forgot to move apache from an other computer to this one. Don't do it often enough. Thanks for the tip.

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    Ok. That worked. Online publishing is working fine - Note: I finally read in the help file that the page extension must be renamed .php and that made everything work. However, one node of the XML file is a url pointing to a jpg. I can display the url text in the Form Region by connecting with a Label field, but can't seem to figure out how to display the actual JPG. Any help would be appreciated.

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