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Ulrik William NashSubject: Freelance Project - Mapping disparate XML structures
Author: Ulrik William Nash
Date: 24 Feb 2008 07:23 AM
Originally Posted: 24 Feb 2008 07:22 AM
Hello Stylus Studio Community,

If any expert here is interested in a freelance project involving mapping disparate XML structures and creating a single standard from these, please read on:

For use on my website I need to:

(1) automatically collect to my server a series of XML files concerning the exact same subject, but having very different structures and labels for this subject.
(2) Map these collected XML files to a common standard.
(3) Create a common standard XML feed, the data in which is updated autmatically as the data in the imported XML files are updated.

I would be very interested to hear from any expert here, who is capable of writing the code for an application that can achieve the above, and who is willing to do so on a freelance basis, peferably via Elance.com.

Please contact me at ulrik_william_nash@yahoo.com for more information.



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