Re: [xsl] OO 2.0.3/xhtml export/DCMI

Subject: Re: [xsl] OO 2.0.3/xhtml export/DCMI
From: Andrew Franz <afranz0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 03 Aug 2006 22:05:20 +1000
You can automate the zipping/unzipping with a Java servlet such as Tomcat, e.g.

1. _unzip.jsp_
<%@ taglib prefix="c" uri=""; %>
<%@ taglib prefix="x" uri=""; %>
<c:import url="unzip.xsl" var="xsldoc"/>
<x:transform xslt="${xsldoc}">
<x:param name="uri" value="unzip.jsp" />
<c:import url="unzip.jspx">
<c:param name="path" value="C:\\Program Files\\Apache\\Tomcat 5.5\\webapps\\xjsp\\" />

2. _unzip.jspx_ uses to extract meta.xml and writes it to stdout (JspWriter).
(email me if you need a copy - too long to post here)

3. Substitute _unzip.xsl_ above with your xslt file.

In the other direction, you can use to replace meta.xml with your XSLT-transformed copy and write it to an octet-stream.
Great idea - can I borrow it?

Other possibilities:
1. A user can login to a webpage and "create" an open office document (the webapp then substitutes their name & details in meta.xml) and the ODT file is then sent back to them as an octet stream
2. Open an MS-Word document in Open Office, save as .ODT, open with, transform and show meta info (originally from MS-Word)

On 7/31/06, Gannon Dick <gannon_dick@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I describe
1. a process for managing the meta data in (*.odt) OpenDocument Text
files and
2. give a transform to rewrite and supplement the meta data in a xhtml
export to use exclusively DCMI elements and terms.

Any comments would be appreciated.


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