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From "Charles N. Harvey III" <>
Subject RE: 1 xml file to many
Date Thu, 12 Sep 2002 21:16:25 GMT
I am now a firm +1 for DVSL.  I have gotten it to work with no actual
java coding on my part.  Gotta like a tool where I don't actually have
to write any code.  The only code I needed was posted to the list and
Bill had given me the link - thanks for that by the way.

I have a question though.  I am transforming from one xml file to other
xml files so I do not want any of the text "un-xmled".  The current xml
	&lt;p&gt;&amp;nbspSome Text&amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;

and it is being converted to:
	<p> Some Text </p>

And I do NOT want it to do that.  I want the text to be left in its
original format.  Is this possible?  Can I turn off the switch which is
converting the text?



-----Original Message-----
From: Geir Magnusson Jr. []
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 7:56 AM
Subject: Re: 1 xml file to many

On 9/11/02 4:39 PM, "Charles N. Harvey III" <> wrote:

> Hello,
> I have a very large XML file that I filled by extracting data from a
> database.
> Now, I want to turn that very large XML file into many smaller ones.
> I am trying to figure out which Velocity subproject to use and need some
> help
> since I have not yet toyed with any of them.
> Is Anakia best for the job?  Or Texen?  Or should I use DVSL?  This is a
> time thing that I will run from the command line so servlets necessary.

I'd go for DVSL, and then add any tools that you might need for cutting up
files or whathaveyou.

I know Bill noted the same thing - and gave a link to the archive.  Just
adding my vote of confidence for DVSL... :)

Geir Magnusson Jr.
Research & Development, Adeptra Inc.

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