I’m looking for a quick and simple method to transform XMP files into well-formed XML, possibly according to an extremely simplified schema (i.e. effectively a root node and a list of allowed elements from selected namespaces, all with cardinality 0-n).
The use case here is to import XMP data into an XSLT engine I’m using, but the existing software can’t handle the RDF/XML of the raw XMP.
Since the XMP is relatively flat, I thought there might be a standard or at least well-known way to get this stuff into a very simple XML form, from whence it could be input into my XSLT engine (which auto-detects the “schema” of the input data before creating an XSLT to transform it and future uploads to a new schema).
I’ve identified which namespaces need to be included in my pseudo-schema, I just wondered if there are some existing tools, preferably free, which can do the job? Can this be done with more XSLT…?
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