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Submitted by DT on Fri, 2012-11-16 07:37 in

Hello Guys.
Earlier today (15-Nov-2012), i used your on-line demo with my (fairly complex) xml file and was surprised (pleasantly) with the nicely formatted output (in forms of tables or clickable pages). That is why I decided to buy a copy of the script.

Before I pose my question, here is how I am planning to use the parser:

platform: Linux,
using command-line interface
usage: cmd1 | magicparser.php

cmd1 outputs correctly formatted xml data
magicparser.php reads in the xml formatted data and produces the nicely formatted tables(html?) output on std.out

Question:Is there anyway I can get the code that generates the output (simialr to the on one on your website)?

Thanks in advance for your help.
P.S. I have not yet looked at the code that I downloaded from the website. So I am sorry if my question is a trivial one.

Submitted by support on Fri, 2012-11-16 09:37

Hello DT,

Thanks for your purchase! Sure - if you would like to submit a Get It Coded request with a sample of your XML and choose "Display contents as an HTML document" as the requirement I'll create an example for you that displays your XML exactly as per the demo tool.


Submitted by DT on Fri, 2012-11-16 18:20

Hello David.
Thx for the prompt response.

I just provided a sample .xml file (p2.xml) via 'Get It Coded' web form/page. The sample is a true representative of a typical xml data that will be produced daily whereby the format remains the same but the values could be different.