On Win32, you say you use Win32::OLE->new('msxml.DOMdocument');.

Why do you use that instead of the various Perl modules? My first impression, formed by experience with DBI vs. ODB etc. and using Word and VSS from Perl, is that the OLE interface is clunky compared to a module designed with Perl in mind.

So, does msxml do something that the CPAN modules don't? Or is there some specific advantage to using it?

—John


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