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Re: building a hierarchical classification out of flat

Subject: Re: building a hierarchical classification out of flat and redundant data
From: "Mukul Gandhi" <gandhi.mukul@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2006 21:08:07 +0530
Re:  building a hierarchical classification out of flat
On 8/3/06, Georg Hohmann <georg.hohmann@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Mukuls approach has the assumption that the last "document" has the
deepest level of tags. But sadly this is not true in my case. My
example is from a classification, so after the
"<document><tag1>3</tag1>..." there will be a
"<document><tag1>4</tag1>..." and so on, which makes this approach not
suitable for this kind of data.

If you could post the complete XML document, perhaps we could try to solve this problem. In addition, you need to tell any additional transformation rules.

Its nice that you are willing to solve the problem yourself :)

Mukul Gandhi


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