A simple, very flexible text format that stands for eXtensible Markup Language.

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How to remove nodes from a HUGE (>2gb) XML file?

I'm working with several huge (>2gb) XML files and their size is causing problems. (My application uses XMLReader in a PHP script to parse smaller ~500mb files, and that works fine, but XMLReader ...
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How to get ids from xml file into mysql?

I've got 8 xml files and need to do some work on these records in mysql. What is a good way to get these IDs into mysql? <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Records> <Record> ...
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Insert Lines after Multi-Line Regex Match

I've got an XML file I need to append to after a specific set of tags. Basically the file structure looks like this: <key>servers</key> <dict> ... Server Details ... </dict> ...
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How do I actually read an XML file in human form that makes sense?

I downloaded a catalog and it is in XML format. How do change it from code to human-readable form, and ideally save it as a plain text file? I've never worked/seen these before; I tried messing with ...
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search and replace string

I have a XML tag for example <tag name="abc"></tag> I wanted to replace the string inside "" with the tag name i.e the upper XML tag should be become now <abc ...
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Convert xml subtitle file to srt format

I have a xml subtitle that looks like this: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?><transcript> <Item from="1.16" duration="4.68"><![CDATA[(Dong-hyuk is coming to see you now.) ...
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Why isn't this XMLStarlet Query Working?

I'm trying to write a simple bash script that parses price info from the ebay developer API search results. Here's an example of XML search results for "Detective Comics 700": ...
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sed first n occurrences result set between 2 tags / patterns

I have a big XML file and I get all occurrences between 2 tags: Here is what I do: sed -n '/<tag>/,/<\/tag>/p' file.xml And I need to filter to get only first N occurrences. I've ...
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XML command line tool postgres

I have an XML files to read and load into database daily at night (cron) So i planed to do this in a batch. Is there any command line tool to : 1. Create a postgres schema using an XSD file? 2. ...
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Substite values from file1 to file2 awk

I have input file in xml FILE1 : <Sector sectorNumber="1"> <Cell cellNumber="1" cellCreated="YES" cellIdentity="" cellRange="35000" numberOfTxBranches="1" hsCodeResourceId="0"/> ...
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XML modify and writing to file beautiful soup

I am using python beautiful soup to parse an XML file and write it to a different file after deletion of certain tags. But, using soup.prettify changes other XML namespaces and attribute names. f = ...
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python xml parsing

I have to delete particular tags from an xml file. Sample xml below. <data> <tag:action/> </data> I want to delete all contents between data and /data. ...
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Strange issue with xml_split in Linux

I am using the code xml_split from https://metacpan.org/pod/distribution/XML-Twig/tools/xml_split/xml_split to split a huge XML file. I am facing a strange issue with this. First, I tried the ...
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Setting up apache axis client on centos

I have below codes. import java.util.*; import java.io.*; import java.net.URLConnection; import java.net.MalformedURLException; import org.apache.axis.client.Call; import ...
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How to format xml attributes, not just elements

How do you format an XML document to make it easy to read element attributes? I have a xml based webservice that returns one or two elements, but with hundreds of attributes. As I'm doing ...
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Egrep multiple strings in an XML file

I have a collection of XML files in a standard format that I'd like to search to see if they match two strings. Here is the idea: <ELEMENT1>Dave</ELEMENT> ...
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Use Unix tools to look for a definition block in an XML.

I am using an XML that has definitions in this form - <definition name="ticketOpen" extends="ticketUpdate"> <put name="title" value="Open Ticket" /> <put name="mainForm" ...
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Parsing an xml RSS feed file

What I would like to achieve is to receive an email with the failures of my VPS. I tried to do that by downloading an rss feed XML file from my VPS provider which contains all the failures, down ...
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How to find out the content of a XML file using Unix Sed/Awk? [duplicate]

I have a XML file(MyXML.xml) like this : <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <S:Envelope xmlns:S="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"> <S:Body> ...
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Parse XML to get node value in bash script?

I would like to know how I can get the value of a node with the following paths: config/global/resources/default_setup/connection/host config/global/resources/default_setup/connection/username ...
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How can I setup ~/.tidyrc file for XML?

How do you configure tidy to parse XML instead of HTML? Explanation: A while ago, a co-worker showed me a trick to use tidy to clean up XML. Apparently, you create a tidyrc file like so: ...
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Modify XML file based on partial name

I've been using Xmlstarlet to modify some .xml files but I am lost trying to figure out how to modify a tag based on a partial name. What is the best way to comment out an entire line that begins ...
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Get values in an XML File - Requirement : It must be done in bash/Unix [closed]

Sorry If this question has already been asked but I did not find my answer yet. Here is an extract of my XML file : <Value ProtectInMemory="True"> ...
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How to add a line from a list into another file when a specified line is found?

Basically I have 2 files. One has a list of router and switch login prompts, like this: user@router1 user@router2 user@switch1 user@switch2 The other file has blocks of XML, like this: ...
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XML parsing using xmllint and customizing the output

I have xml file (say input.xml) of the following schema: <?xml version="1.0"?> <TagA> <TagB> <File Folder="FOLDER1M\1" File="R1.txt" /> </TagB> ...
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Delete XML node containing certain element

I want to remove all Placemarks from a KML file that contain the element <tessellate>. The following block should be wholly removed: <Placemark> ...
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Failed dependencies trying to install package 'libxml2'

I am trying to install libxml2, but my system complains about dependencies. The dependent packages exist on system. The ultimate goal is to install xml_grep2, I have been trying various methods ...
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How to check well-formedness of 4GB XML file?

I want to check well-formedness of a big XML file. (about 4GB.) However, when I try xmlwf, all it tells me is filename.xml: Value too large for defined data type What to do with it? Is there any ...
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How to parse XML to CSV with a shell script?

What is the ideal way to parse an .xml file into a .csv file that I could include with my shell scripts. I know bash cant do it but I'm unsure if I should try in awk or sed. I imagine a language ...
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How to delete a line containing pattern which is first found after a specific pattern

I am writting a shell script to delete an entry from a specific group. eg: file name is dest.xml <domain id="1" group_name="group1"> <node id="ABC"> <node id="PQR"> ...
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Is there a command line tool for validating RDF files?

I am looking for a substitution of the W3C RDF Validator, as it is broken, in addition I want something a bit more automated, such as a command line tool. I have been using xmllint for checking XML ...
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How to find and replace a particular string in a specific line

I developed a code which find and replaces a specific string in all xmls under all subdirectories. But i dont want all occurances to be replaced. In entire xml, code should find the tag xyz and ...
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how to compare two xml files having same data in different lines?

I have two files have same data but in different lines. File 1: <Identities> <Identity> <Id>048206031415072010Comcast.USR8JR</Id> ...
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Vim: Making XML text “pretty”

Is there an easy way within vi to make your XML text "pretty"? For example: I want this.. <person> <name>Nick</name> <age>26</age> ...
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Increment xml files with bash

A good mate on a forum had helped me with creating this script but everything Ive thrown at it outputs wrong and I do not know why or what is the issue. I ran all my script in ubuntu's terminal if ...
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How do I parse namespaces from an XML file using XMLLINT and BASH

Below I have an example of an Adobe XML swidtag used to track inventory. I need to parse out relevant information using xmllint in bash and output that to a new text file. For example I would like ...
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xmllint display values of more than 1 attributes in single execution

I am using xmllint to parse xml file which has several tags and each tag has several attributes. Sample structure as shown below: <root> <child attr1="abc" attr2="def" attr3="ghi" /> ...
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Reformatting a large number of XML files

I'm manipulating a large number of XML files scattered throughout a nested directory structure. I tried the following (which almost works): $ find . -name "*.xml" -type f | xargs -- xmllint --format ...
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show only tags of an xml document on the command line

Is there a command line command or utility I can use to show only the tag structure of an xml document? I looked at xmllint but I didn't see a switch to do it. For a structure like ...
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Parse JSON or XML on bootup

I'm compiling my own version of the linux kernel and I was wondering if there is any way to do parse a local XML or JSON file.
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Alternative to xmllint to check xml validity

Sometimes, I have to check the validity of some big xml files against a xsd file. The biggest xml file I received had a size close to 1.5GB. xmllint took all my RAM and almost all the swap space, for ...
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Vim not showing garbage characters

I copied the content of an ant build.xml document from an .odt file to Vim editor. There were no garbage characters I could observe, but the build process failed due to incorrect XML tags. I assume ...
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VIM jump from one xml tag to the closing one

Is there a shortcut to jump from , e.g <XX> to </XX> ? I already give it a try with '%' , but it doesn't work for this situation.
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regex replace text in xml file within node from the command line

I have an XML file and I would like to replace everything that is between the open and closing tag within multiple instances of the g:gtin node with nothing. Is this possible from the command line, ...
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How can I split Openbox `rc.xml` into multiple files?

I don't like big text configuration files. So, I would like to split my rc.xml file into multiple files: rc.xml rc.keyboard.xml rc.mouse.xml
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Insert a multiline string into another string

I need to insert lines into an xml file : Insert <one> </one> into <tags> </tags> To obtain <tags> <one> </one> </tags> I tried this: ...
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Parsing XML from a shell script

I have a datafile like this: <Key name="com.ahsay.afc.cpf.UserGroup" content="" allowMultiple="Y"> <Value name="rsv-id" inheritParentAttribute="Y" type="string" data="1328200856753" ...
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What editor can be used to provide highlighting for Mallard project files?

I normally switch between Geany, vim and Emacs (depending on my mood. LOL) when editing on a linux platform. Recently, I have begun exploring the Mallard Project, but have been unable to find the ...
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Clean up concatenated XML files

I'm trying to fix my Delicious export script to work with the new "trick" of only serving 1000 bookmarks at a time. The script concatenates results (XML) from multiple calls in a single file, and now ...
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Substitute text with sed and keep part of the original text

I am trying to convert <id>1</id> <Name>ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING</Name> to: <column name="id">1</column> <column name="Name">ENTERPRISE RESOURCE ...