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xml files in search results

Hi Experts,

When i search for string in EP 7.0 it shows all the links related to the search string. In the result i also found some xml files (which are related new items). when i click on this xml file it is showing xml code.

Is it possible to open xml file with actual cotnent in the IE. I do not want to see the xml code in the browser.

Thanks,

Satyadev

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 02:25 PM

    Hello Satyadev,

    I suppose by "XML-File", you mean "Files generated using the XML Forms Editor"? Otherwise you cannot expect magic rendering of contents ...

    If it is XML Forms, a Repository Filter renders the output that go/km/docs delivers, so if your Filter is configured correctly, all should work.

    Since that is not the case, go check if the repository containing you xml files is listed in the "xmlforms_filter" under SysAdm->SysConf->KM->CM->RepositoryFilter->XML Forms Repository Filter

    Jan

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      Hi Jan,

      xml files are rendering properly on iview (navigation iview) there is no problem. the requirement here is when you click on actual xml file (axsdfc3dfcvrt987jd8d0kd0d9kdio.xml) it shows xml elements on the web browser (IE). The requirement is when you click on xml file it should show actual content as if you are seeing the new item in the navigation iview.

      Thank you very much in advance.

      Regards,

      Satya

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