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Displaying XML page in Control

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Which control can display XML format inside a control?

The control must have a scroll bar if the length is longer the control's height.

I have tryied with input, edit and label with no successful.

Here is an example of xml data to be displayed.

<mdpResponse>

<request>getallgateways</request>

<returnValue type="list">

<gateway>

<id>1</id>

<ip>192.117.223.16</ip>

<logLevel>40000</logLevel>

<name>gaia</name>

<realIp></realIp>

<status>

<bscStatusList/>

<description>failed connecting to gateway</description>

<mode>Online</mode>

<status>4</status>

</status>

</gateway>

</returnValue>

<status>SUCCESS</status>

<version>1: build(4)</version>

</mdpResponse>

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Which control can display XML format inside a control?

XML is text. Any control that can display text can display XML.

If you want it to appear in some formatted way, then you need to parse the XML.

There are a wide variety of methods for parsing XML, ranging from COM objects to the

String() functions.

There have been some initial attempts at UDFs that build some of the substructure for you.


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XML is text. Any control that can display text can display XML.

If you want it to appear in some formatted way, then you need to parse the XML.

There are a wide variety of methods for parsing XML, ranging from COM objects to the

String() functions.

There have been some initial attempts at UDFs that build some of the substructure for you.

Thanks for the response.

I found nice way to display the xml format as is it on an activex control.

my problem was that the label control did not have the ability to scroll text.

on the other hand when I set the data (as an xml tree) into a inputbox then the input control formated it to one line. the activex is ok for me for now.

$oRP = ObjCreate("RICHTEXT.RichtextCtrl.1")

$GUIActiveX = GUICtrlCreateObj( $oRP, 10, 10 , 400 , 260 )

GUICtrlSetPos($GUIActiveX,10,10,580,320)


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