On 2013-11-04 10:40, Mario Splivalo wrote:
I use XSLT import filters to import my xml files. This may not be what
you are looking for.
This is some information but I think you can google another more
comprehensive tutorial somewhere.
On 11/03/2013 09:29 PM, Urmas wrote:
Once in the past I stumbled upon a blog where owner explained how one
can create a Calc document from the data that's in the XML file.
You may try XSLT to get a Flat ODS file.
Is there a standard library that provides such XSLT transformation? I
tried to find some, but nothing stood up.
I also import (open) CSV files with different structures. I use tab
delimited files where the data may contain commas (i.e. addresses). It
does not matter if the data lines have differing numbers of fields as
long as you end each line with a line feed.
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