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Subject Re: xhtml table -> mysqlimport
Date Wed, 08 Feb 2006 22:10:59 GMT
Another option would be to use the Cocoon command-line interface.  I
haven't used it myself, but in theory it should be doable.


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>From: Antonio Gallardo <>
>Subject: Re: xhtml table -> mysqlimport
>Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 13:48:11 -0600
>Derek Hohls wrote:
>>I would not say that Saxon has any "learning curve"; your
>>learning is in the use of XSLT and working with XHTML.
>>Saxon just does the "grunt" work of running the transform
>>for you... you do not need to learn how it does this.
>BTW, What makes saxon more suitable to this task than xalan?

Probably nothing.  I only mentioned Saxon earlier because I'd already used
it this way in the past; I didn't know Xalan even had a command line
interface until I went looking just now.[1]  Much the same reason I
mentioned XMLSpy ahead of Netbeans for running it in an IDE.



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