Can episerver serve a "page" as .xml instead of .aspx?

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A flash object we use will only accept xml from a file with a .xml extension.

Is it possible to force a page to respond to a .xml extension instead of .aspx and is there any built in functionality that makes it easier to edit an xml structure?

#44237
Oct 06, 2010 18:35
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Yep.  Allan wrote an "output format" plugin which can deliver pages as XML, JSON, JPG (seriously), etc.

http://labs.episerver.com/en/Blogs/Allan/Dates/2010/6/Codemania-Partner-Summit-2010/

You pass in your desired format in the querystring argument.

#44238
Edited, Oct 06, 2010 22:47
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On re-reading, I see you need to have a ".xml" extension -- sorry, I missed that.  You'd need to rewrite the URL for this.  You could do this at the IIS7 level, or by hooking the UrlRewriter in EPiServer.

#44239
Oct 06, 2010 22:52
jo
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Another approach would be to create a simple VirtualPathProvider to do this.

/johan

#44240
Oct 07, 2010 8:38
jo
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#44241
Oct 07, 2010 8:39
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