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Re: [xml-dev] XMP to XML translation?

Is there something here that might help?

   http://www.CraneSoftwrights.com/resources/#XMP

What I found with the flat XMP structure is that 
it was too restrictive for me to include my own 
XML as marked up XML ... I ended up including it 
as escaped text and I wrote a stylesheet to 
translate the escaped text into the embedded XML instance.

In my case it is an embedded UBL document found in the XMP content.

My package includes a Python application for 
extracting the XMP content from the PDF file.

I hope this helps somewhat, though it isn't exactly what you were asking for.

. . . . . . . . Ken

At 2012-04-10 16:46 +0100, Michael Hopwood wrote:
>Iím 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 Iím using, but the existing software 
>canít 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 ďschemaĒ of the 
>input data before creating an XSLT to transform 
>it and future uploads to a new schema).
>
>Iíve 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 XSLTÖ?
>
>Michael Hopwood
>Linked Heritage Project Lead
>EDItEUR
>United House, North  Road
>London N7 9DP
>UK
>
>Tel: +44 20 7503 6418
>Mob: +44 7811 591036
>Skype: michael.hopwood.editeur
><http://www.linkedheritage.org/>http://www.linkedheritage.org/
>http://editeur.org/



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