Re: Variations in XML to CSV
Hi Michel, thanks for the reply! > Its hard to say when you don't provide an output sample. I guess order > is important etc. I'm sorry that I can't provide an output sample - I don't know how to generate one, but it might look something like this: title,subject,creator,creator,contributor,contributor,subject,subject,subject,date Alpha,Sinister,Beta,,,,Gamma,Delta,Epsilon,2011-04-19 Zeta,,Eta,Theta,Dexter,Iota,Kappa,Lambda,,2011-04-19 > Maybe you need to take several steps. Like determine how mayn subject > elements you have max etc. Then maybe sort your input so all same > named elements are consecutive. And then generate as many as you have > for each element padding with empty items when you have run through. > > Michel Thank you for the suggestions - I'll look into regenerating the XML so it's sorted & has blank elements where necessary. Bridger
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