3.0.5

just a suggestion

Alex, I have to admit I like this script more and more :)

for the XML import: it might be a nice idea to get the columns by grabbing the name-tags from the first record in the xml file.

For the following XML-code the Column-names would be automatically generated to:
column1 = filename; column2 = actie and so on.

<?xml version="1.0" ?>
- <root>
- <record>
<filename>bout.prt</filename>
<actie>ChangeValue</actie>
<parameter>LENGTH</parameter>
<value>45</value>
<opmerking>een verklaring</opmerking>
</record>
- <record>
<filename>moer.prt</filename>
<actie>ChangeValue</actie>
<parameter>DIA</parameter>
<value>23</value>
<opmerking>een verklaring</opmerking>
</record>
Hartlijn
December 19,
Yes, I will try to implement something like this. However it is far from obvious when you have more complex XML structure. Should I list attributes as well or elements only? What if I have nested elements? What if 'records' have different structure?

Also I believe in real life the display labels and XML tags are nearly always different, especially if you start thinking of internationalization etc.

Alex
Alex (ActiveWidgets)
December 19,
yes, you are right, it is a hard job to create a standard for this, if a standard could be made in the first place.

maybe it is a nice command for the simple xml only, to read the element-names for the header.
to exploit this for the less simple xml-formats is not that easy :)
Hartlijn
December 19,

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