XML Notetree will allow you to view and edit an xml data string easily.
accumulating the data from many records it can not do.
MS Windows only at present.
If you have a vision of a product suitable for your purpose I would be
prepared to look at enhancing XMLNoteTree for that purpose, ie peeling out
part of a tree from many records into a new bigger tree.
ie.. Some function that can specify a path to take from many small files and
include in the main tree.
I would like to hear from you and perhaps get sample data for developing
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Bohlman" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2002 11:08 AM
Subject: Re: Query Question
1/25/02 8:01:49 AM, "Lamonde, Steve" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>I'm am beginning to receive "xml reports" of our customer activity over the
>past 30 days. The reports include info such as Purchase Order #, Dollar
>Amount, and Order Date. Up until now, we've been having to sift thru the
>report to find the info that we need, then manually key the info into a
>spreadsheet. Does anyone know of a low-cost or free product that will let
>query the info that I need from my xml report, and input that into a
>spreadsheet or something similar?
You could probably use almost any XSLT processor (e.g. Saxon or the
command-line XSLT processor that
comes with MSXML) along with an XSLT stylesheet to produce a comma-separated
file that you could load
into your spreadsheet, database, or what have you.