I’ve done a trial run and it looks very good.
The link to download the endnote to fez import utility is now up on
Have a read through en2foxml.php and see what it does. You’ll need to set some variables at the top of that file before you can run it. I suggest running it against a test fedora instance, as it consumes pids via the Fedora getNextPID webservice.
On 9/09/09 9:55 AM, "Joseph Heaphey" <email@example.com> wrote:
That’s just what I’m looking for! Thank you.
From: Christiaan Kortekaas [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, 9 September 2009 9:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Fez-users] Importing Endnote records to Fez
Yes we have some scripts that will create Foxml objects for fedora import, then fez indexing from and endnote xml export file.
I’ve setup a little wiki page explaining how it works: http://dev-repo.library.uq.edu.au/wiki/index.php/Endnote_to_Fez_Import (From Lachlan’s internal wiki notes – thanks LK)
I’ll tar/gz up the scripts and make them available for download after I clean them up a little (I’ll try get it done today).
On 9/09/09 8:28 AM, "Joseph Heaphey" <email@example.com> wrote:
Has anyone worked out a way to import Endnote records into Fez? It doesn’t necessarily have to be user-friendly…
I’m thinking about writing an XSL transform to convert Endnote’s XML output to FOXML, to be ingested into Fedora. Has anyone already done something like this? Or have other suggestions?
Thanks in advance,
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