From: j b <jbategroups@ya...> - 2004-09-17 01:31:41
First, excellent tool! I've used it before to insert
stuff into EJB descriptors.
I have a very large xml file that I wish to split into
many smaller files. Rather, then writing something
from scratch in Java, I was wondering if something can
do this already. Xalan can do this with its
extensions, but I need something that will work
generically in Ant.
I looked at Styler and now xmltask. Still puzzled how
any of these would be used to do this.
My initial idea is to just create a new file based on
the node id I am splitting on. Thus, the task must
get the current found node so that a file can be
created based on the id. I'm starting now to look at
xmltask's copy and paste capabilities.
If anyone has done this, please let me know, and if in
the meantime I figure it out I'll post it.
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