XMl to XML
I retrieved an XML from the dataset which retrieves data from the table in the database. I need to present the data in a different structure. Is XSLT the way or are there any other options.
please let me know.
XSLT is a good choice to convert xml file to other forms.
You can take a look at XSLT Tutorial.Sincerely,Young Fang...XML in, XML out
Hi All (and a happy holiday to those that will get a break),
I am trying to read in an XML file of addresses. I need to remove all
the address data from the file where code =~ /^000/ (there are none
in the example data below). I need to reproduce that data 'as is', so
I need to honour the tag structure, although the order of the tags
doesn't need to be honoured.
I have been trying to use XML::Simple and I had a go with XML::Smart
but I haven't been able to get the results I want.
My best effort is below (with XML::Simple). There are a couple of
differences ...XML::Parser XML::SimpleObject -> First XML parsing pls help
I took the example from
I wanted something really simple for XML parsing that basically just reads
values. But I'm stuck (again).
#Here's what I'm trying to run:
my $file = 'c:\perl\work\job001_card.xml';
my $parser = XML::Parser->new(ErrorContext => 2, Style => "Tree");
my $xso = XML::SimpleObject->new( $parser->parsefile($file) );
foreach my $mail ($xso->child('job_card')->children(&...could not find ParserDetails.ini in /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.3/XML/SAX; also need some advice about XML parsing modules on CPAN
I have a Fedora Core 2 full install to which I installedXML::Simple
manually (ie: download, extract, perl Makefile.PL, make, make test, sudo
make install). Some of the tests did not run since I did not have
Tie::IxHash (?) installed. The error message (could not find
ParserDetails.ini in /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.3/XML/SAX) is
received when I try to run the enclosed perl program using the enclosed
data file. I also have enclosed the output.
Should I install Tie::IxHash? I would like to have my XML output (after
values are updated) formatted the same way my X...XML Parsing for large XML documents
I'm cross posting this question to perl4lib and xml4lib, hoping that
someone will have a suggestion.
I've created a very large (~54MB) XML document in RDF format for the
purpose of importing related records into a database. Not only does the RDF
document contain many thousands of individual records for electronic
resources (web resources), but it also contains all of the "relationships"
between those resources encoded in such a way that the document itself
represents a rather large database of these resources. The relationships
are multi-tiered. I've also...Parsing XML #3
I have a method that returns a XmlDocument.
I am using the following code. I dont want to use ChildNodes(0),ChildNodes(1) instead i want to use the node name what is the best possible way to do this. I dont want to load this into dataset or anything just using this xmldocument for displaying information. Can someone refer some really good reference books for xml.
Dim m_node As XmlNodem_node = Proxy.GetMemberDetails(Id)Dim objMemberData As New MemberDetailsIf m_node IsNot Nothing AndAlso m_node.HasChildNodes Then If m_node.ChildNodes(0).HasChildNodes Then ...XML Parsing #3
Here is my code.
Dim doc As System.Xml.XmlDocument = New System.Xml.XmlDocument
There is a predefined dtd for this XML file.
What i need now is : If the XML file doesnot match with the dtd it should throw some error.
Kindly help me to resolve this.
No, XmlDocument will not perform DTD or schema validation. To perform validation over an XmlDocument, you would use an XmlNodeReader combined with the XmlValidatingReader to perform validation. A better approach would be to skip the XmlDocument and use t...Parsing XML #3
I would like to know if we can parse XML with regexp faster than with
an MSXML or Xerces library ?
> I would like to know if we can parse XML with regexp faster than with
> an MSXML or Xerces library ?
It is very unlikely to be faster using regular expressions, and it will
certainly be less readable.
The XML::Twig library can result in very fast code for some sorts of XML data.
Tell us more about your problem.
On 18 juil, 21:08, callingel...@hotmail.fr (Epanda) wrote:
> I would like to know ...parse xml #3
geben Sie ein gtpprotein ein
<!DOCTYPE Result PUBLIC "-//NLM//DTD eSearchResult, January 2004//EN"
This is the Current DTD for all Entrez databases eGSearch
$Id: egquery_template.xml,v 1.10 2004/09/15 21:36:24 osipov Exp
<ResultItem>...XML Parsing #3
I need to parse a fairly large XML response file and would like some suggestions
on which XML module would work the best. We've been using the XML::Simple
module, but I don't think that's the right one for the job. Below is the XML
file we need to parse. In particular getting the data from the elements within
Would the XML::Twig module work better for this ?? Any suggestion would be much
<raiserisklevel...XML::Parser XML::DOM XML::XSLT
Hi Craig and fellow VMS Perlers,
You last wrote about this Fri 3/16/2001 11:24 AM, not counting your
very helpful comments on Eisner/Decuserve more recently.
One of my colleagues sent me an email requesting that I make XML::XSLT=20
available on VMS.
perl 5.8.6, VMS 7.3-2, DECC 7.1 latest ACRTL (version 3) on Alpha
XML::XSLT (version 0.48) depends on XML::Parser (version 2.34). This
depends on expat (version 2.0.0).
I built expat a...HTTP post XML and parse returned XML
I am writing a web application that post xml to a webserver and then parse the returned xml. I am able to post it to the webserver, but it takes a long time to get the response from the server. I am not sure is there something wrong with my code. The following is the code that I have to do the posting and parsing the xml: Sub sendXML(ByVal xmlString As String)
Dim xmlReturn As String = ""
Dim url As String = "https://testWebServer.com"
'Dim req As WebRequest = WebRequest.Create(url)...XML Creating and Parsing Very large XML Files
For a long while I have used SAX for Pascal with a Delphi 6 project.
it is reading and writing very large XML files (over 800MB and
larger). The project has been running for years - and I recently had
to upgrade to Delphi 2007 - and I discovered that SAX for Pascal has
not been ported to D2007. The authors have provided full source -
which I have - but now I need to get it installed into D2007.
Has anyone moved the Packages over to D2007?
If this is not the best way of reading and writing really large XML
files anymore - any thoughts as to what is the best met...XML parse fails in 3.0 RC1, works in 3.0b5
If I install the new version of my extension made for Firefox 3 into
3.0b5, it works fine. If I install it into 3.0 RC1 I get an XML parse
error when opening its error page.
The page in question:
So if I force this to install in RC1, and open anything that will
trigger the neterror page (i.e. http://www.x.y/ ) I get:
> XML Parsing Error:
> Location: file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/t-bone/Applicat...