Programming :: Convert The XML Output Files To SQL In Order To Create Or Update An SQL Database?
Dec 7, 2010
I've a program which manages my pdf and references. I wish to put some of the information on my website but that program (Mendeley) does export only in XML (or bibtex). I'd like to simply convert the XML output files to SQL in order to create or update an SQL database.I'm not an expert in either XML or SQL (use only PHPMyadmin). Does someone get help me to figure out?
How would I list 4 users ID numbered 10, 11, 12 and 13 from my users list and output them to a file busers where their names are numbered by ascending order? How would I accomplish that on a one line command?
I recently moved into a new place and when I hooked up my webserver, I wasn't able to bring up my page, even from localhost. With some digging, it seems that I can't access the database that housed my posts (wordpress installation). I looked for the datadir in MySQL and that directory shows the wordpress directory that should be holding the database and all the files are still there. 1) why the database no longer shows up 2) how to restore the database from the files?
In my application I came across a new requirement where I have to convert RTF files to Word and PDF formatted files. I am searching for an API using which my java application can able to convert the above specified formats.
I was hoping to get some pointers on how to rename files based on database entry. I got hundreds of thousands of files that has GUID name assigned to it. only way to find out the file name is to look up the database table. Its obvious that this is not efficient. I couldn't find any tutorials on how to do this. Please point me to right direction. A starting point would be very helpful.
I am trying to write a bash script that will extract a .cbr (.rar) file, traverse the extracted files in alphabetical order and rename them 001.JPG, 002.JPG, 003.JPG, etc.So far I only have this much to extract it:
I have made two source files named as sum.c and average.cI have included sum.c in average.c both files in Documents directory.when i compile average.ot followingerror"average.c:4:22: fatal error: sum.c: No such file or directorycompilation terminated.How to solve this issue?I have tried to copy sum.c to usrinclude folder but unable to copy
I want to have the output of a program go to 2 different files but not going to standard out. Is there a way to do this in bash? I know that in Z shell its really easy. omething like: Code: echo "test" >> file1 >> file2 Would work. But in Bash it doesn't seem that easy. I know that tee will send the output to 2 files but it also sends it to STDOUT.Something like:Code: echo "test" | tee -a file1 file2 Would put the word "test" in file1, file2, and STDOUT. Is there a way to just send the output to file1 and file2?
I wanted formated output of all the files under a particular directory. I am trying to use find.Something like find -P ./ -type f -name '*.cpp' -printf "%p "I want all the files with specific extension like .c .cpp .h to be printed out separated by space. One more thing i want is absolute path names instead of relative.
I have wrote a 1 line command that parses a file, locates the IP Address in the file and then trims the output the way I want it, and then sorts numerically and by uniqueness and then >> appends to output.txt
I can get all the IP's into 1 file "output.txt", but what I am really looking for is some type of way to create a text file, for each IP it finds labeled xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.txt and also put that ip address into that file..
I am trying to develop a method of reading files generated by other programs. I am trying to find the most versatile approach. I have been trying bash, and have been making good progress with sed, however I was wondering if there was a "standard" approach to this sort of thing. The main features I would like to implement concern reading finding strings based on various forms of context and storing them to variables and/or arrays. Here are the most general tasks:
a) Read the first word(or floating point) that comes after a given string (solved in another thread)
b) Read the nth line after a given string
c) Read all text between two given strings
d) Save the output of task a), task b) or task c) (above) into an array if the "given string(s)" is/are not unique.
e)Read text between two non-unique strings i.e. text between the nth occurrence of string1 and the mth occurrence of string2
As far as I can tell, those five scripts should be able to parse just about any text pattern. I am by no means fluent in these languages. But I could use a starting point. My main concern is speed. I intend to use these scripts in a program that reads and writes hundreds of input and output files--each with a different value of some parameter(s).
The files will most likely be no more than a few dozen lines, but I can think of some applications that could generate a few hundred lines. I have the input file generator down pretty well. Parsing the output is quite a bit trickier. And, of course, the option for parallelization will be very desirable for many practical applications.
I have encountered a problem:I have "while" loop; at each run a set of outputs is produced but then I need to shift them into a corresponding folder ; otherwise next run the new outputs will be over-written. Furthermore, I need to pipe what I have on the screen inside a file. I have put my code in the following:
I'm trying to save documents from a crashed computer using knoppix5.1 i've recently read that the flashdrive i use to transfer theses files needs to be fat32 in order to work...i've already tried transfering files so i'm assuming the flashdrive is in the ntfs format.so what i need is info on how to convert my flashdrive from ntfs to fat32.
I have Ubuntu 9.04 and just installed Sound Converter. I am trying to convert a bunch of .ogg files to mp3 to play on my iPod and it's not working so well. In the Sound Converter options I have is set to convert to high quality mp3. I choose the folder that the files are in and after a moment (slow laptop) Sound Converter populates, I hit 'convert' and it shows that the conversion completes in two seconds. All that it did was create the new folder structure of artist/album but there is nothing in there. Not sure what I am missing. I used Sound Converter before and it worked fine.
I'm trying to use convert, I have installed the imagemagick. I use this line:convert *.jpg test.pdf but I'm only able to convert to pdf 1 single jpg file, not multiple files at once. When there's more than one file, I get the following error: Segmentation fault
I am going through a multi-step process to produce output files, which involves 25,000 greps at one stage. While I do achieve the desired result I am wondering whether the process could be improved (sped up and/or decluttered).input 1set of dated files called ids<yyyy><mm> containing numeric id's, one per line, 280,000 lines in total:
am writing a small search program for my class. I have decided to use indexing for my program. Ive researched online about indexing and how search engines do it. If im gonno do that I need to create inverted files to associate files to numbers ( numbers being the index of my paths ) . Now I was wondering what would be the best way to create an inverted file ? I was going to create sql tables using mysql api in C but then again there is no array data type or vectors to store few numbers in a single column in mysql and it is not advised to use Enum or SET
I have a lot of .flac files downloaded from several sites. Most of them come with a .cue file, and the .jpg with the cover, etc. It seems it is the intention of the uploader that one rebuilds the original CDDA. However, if I had a stand-alone CD/DVD player with flac I would hardly see the point of converting the flac to cdda. Furthermore, I could even play the flacs with a software player although, in this case, the audio quality would not be so good due to the noise picked up by the signal from the PC digital circuits.
I'm trying to debug a program that I crosscompiled on a arm9. The crosscompiler uses . spec files to create RPM packages for the target system. The program compiles and runs correctly except when i run the program with gdb and then type list I get this message: Code: 1 main.c: No such file or directory. in main.c I made sure I compiled the program with CFLAGS=-g by putting this in the .spec file. when the application crosscompiles (I believe) it shows it compiled succesfully with the -g flags: Code: checking whether gcc accepts -g... (cached) yes