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You can load the XML into a temporary document.
This is not yet tried with InDesign Server as I currently work on different things.
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Not sure what you mean by "temporary" document? I need the Xml elements to replace text and pictures within a template created by indesign.
Your second idea sounds interesting - I thought about writing a script that would traverse the document tree and replace text blocks and pictures, but I like your idea better.
I believe in CS2 the order of the incomming XML elements have to match the order of the structure in the document.
We do alot of what you described with xml.
Thanks Mike - I was think about the same thing.