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Hi, I want to update part of a XML output (generated by Perl CGI). I'm
using XSL to transform the XML.

Can I use this approach?

I need to resort the contents of a table, that gives me the results
from a query, when someone clicks on one of the names of that table.


I have this XML:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xml" href="RR.xsl"?>
<!-- $Id: template.xml,v 1.5 2006/12/11 11:13:30 bcochofel Exp $ -->
      <!-- o campo parametro pode ter varias ocurrencias -->
      <param name="sort" value="asc" />
      <param name="field" value="" />
      <site url="http://www.google.com">
        <tag name="pesquisa" weight="30" />
        <tag name="procura" weight="30" />
      <site url="http://www.google.com/webhp?complete=1">
        <tag name="ajax" weight="25" />
        <tag name="pesquisa" weight="30" />
        <tag name="procura" weight="30" />
      <site url="https://webmail.fe.up.pt">
        <tag name="email" weight="20" />
        <tag name="feup" weight="20" />

Ok, I know I can use DOM to access the XML elements and attributes
(with var x=xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("sites");)

I want to sort <site> by url, tag/weight (inside the <site>) using
How can I sort by tag name attribute or tag weight attr, childs of
Can I sort my x var like this or do I have to do some kind of

I'm thinking of calling a function (inside an href on the table <th>
elements) an pass a parameter to tell witch <th> was clicked, using
onClick event. I need to toggle the sorting method if the same <th> has
clicked, changing from ascending to descending...

Can I use this?

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