This sample does the same thing as our standard
XML to HTML (via XSL) sample except that this version retrieves the
XML and XSL file via HTTP (from a remote server) instead of from the file system
(from your web server).
The most likely scenario I can see for this type of script would involve a remote XML
file and a local XSL file so that's what I've implemented in this sample, but it's just
as easy to retreive both files via HTTP. I've left the lines needed to retrieve the
XSL file remotely in the code and have just commented them out.
Because of the additional HTTP requests, this version of the script will run slower
then the standard version and is more likely to break due to network outages.
You can deal with these issues by implementing some caching, but that's
somewhat beyond the scope of the sample. If I get enough requests for it I'll add a
new sample illustrating the process.