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(Deleted User) Subject: Deploying Conversion XML to EDI
Author: (Deleted User)
Date: 07 Dec 2006 05:41 PM
I am trying to get a handle on deploying a conversion from XML to EDI. I have looked at the docs and seen the demos and samples on line, but I feel more like a detective than a developer.

It does not appear that Class ConverterFactory Supprts an XSLT argument to get directly to the end result.

I have:
An XML source file.
An XSLT file that I have created with Stylus…. Great

In the “studio” I can save a secondary XML file generated by the tools as EDI and get the correct ouput.

Why can’t I find an example of java that will simply take the arguments of source.xml conv.xsl and edi.output.filename and be done with it?

Is a two step conversion the only way to do it?


Thank you

Tony LavinioSubject: Deploying Conversion XML to EDI
Author: Tony Lavinio
Date: 11 Dec 2006 09:51 AM
Which mechanism are you using for input?
If you would like, send a copy of what
you've tried for input, and we'll show you
the corresponding method for output.
Email stylus-field-report (at) progress.com
and we'll try to help.

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