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On Fri, 7 Nov 2003 15:25:16 -0600
Scott Purcell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> How does one go about getting information on how to process a RDF XML
> document? I have google searched this subject for a couple of hours
> and I have came up with no valid solutions.
I'm wondering what terms you used to search. 'rdf', 'rdf/xml'
'rdf xml' and return lots of answers :)
> I have this document in the form of a file, and I would like to parse
> (sax?) and gather certain information.
googling for 'rdf parser' returns some of the many answers
Most of them are based on SAX. There are yet more I can point
you at in python (10K source), Java yet again, lisp and so on.
> Any information on how to accomplish this with Java or Perl would be
What you've got there is Adobe XMP metadata. They provide a free
SDK for that at their website:
Any of the many RDF tools will also be able to deal with it too.
Here's several hundred tools for RDF:
You asked about Java. I suggest Jena or Sesame.
For Perl there are CPAN modules for RDF (including my own Redland)
and also pure perl (RDF::Core) and perl/C mixes such as RDFSuite.
Now what you actually want to *do* with the information is up
to you, that's your application.
- From: "Scott Purcell" <email@example.com>