Re: [xsl] Converting a Batch File to XML

Subject: Re: [xsl] Converting a Batch File to XML
From: "Bryce K. Nielsen" <bryce@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 24 Jul 2004 14:12:53 -0600
> Hello folks, looking for some insight here. Need to know if this is
> using XSLT. I prefer using a style sheet as I may use this style sheet in
> Java,C++ and .NET environment.
> I have a flat file that I need to convert to an XML structure. Now I can
> this if the records in the file had the same structure, this is fairly
> simple. But my source fixed length file has mutliple records that need to
> associated to a single node on the target xml. For example, my file is
> structured as follows...

Depending on some of your other requirements, you can consider using
xmlLinguist at . It's a simple, easy-to-use
Text-to-XML translator. The idea is to define the lines and fields in the
xmlLinguist editor and you can then exucte the translations either through a
command line EXE or integrate the runtime COM engines into your application.
It's quite affordable as well, with the xmlLinguist editor only $79.95 and
the runtime COM objects, known as the xmlLinguist Translation Engine or LTE,
for free.

Bryce K. Nielsen
SysOnyx, Inc. (
Makers of xmlLinguist, the Text-to-XML Translator

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