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XML Feed from .ASP Pages
Is there a way to automatically create an XML feed from updated .ASP pages?

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Msg#: 302 posted 6:44 pm on Mar 2, 2006 (gmt 0)

Bear with me, as I'm not much of a programmer - I always seem to find the "out of the box" solution or manual process to scratch an itch rather than hacking something together.

Essentially what I want to do is have an XML feed automatically updated each time I update articles on my site.

Pages are coded in .ASP, though they are not database driven (simply using some basic ASP includes and keeping things native on the site).

Articles will be posted manually, at least for now, so they are not sitting in a database either.

Easy solution is to use blogging software to post the articles and let it create the feed, but since I prefer not to do that, I'm coming here to learn what I can - easy solution, out of the box application, free or cheap .ASP scripts somewhere (sticky me if applicable).

So far, searches of ASP forums and sites hasn't helped...ditto XML-related sites.

Any thoughts on this, or an easy implementation?

Technically, since the article creation and posting is quite manual, I could manually update an XML file as well...again, I'd prefer not to.




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Msg#: 302 posted 2:39 pm on Mar 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

This free script should get you out of trouble


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