But, my xml isn't parsing in IE. It works in all other browsers. I think that the problem is that I haven't set the XML's content-type. As I understand it IE requires that the Content-type be set. Is this correct?
My code looks like:
myReturn = '<myXMLReturn>' + myReturn + '</myXMLReturn>';
myReturn = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>' + myReturn;
xmlReturn = new XML(myReturn);
How would I set: header('Content-type: application/xml'); for an ExternalInterface call?
Okay. I figured it out. I don't need to set the Content-type.
I had a case sensitivity problem in parsing the xml. Thank you.