Thanks! My source is unstructured and must remain so for the near term...no resources for conversion at this time.
> -----Original Message----- > From: martin.smith at golehtek.com [mailto:martin.smith at golehtek.com] > Sent: 2008-07-21 10:44 > To: Kelly McDaniel > Cc: FrameUsers List > Subject: Re: Framemaker and Twiki > > Hi Kelly, > > If your FrameMaker documents are structured, the path isn't all that > difficult. > > I have achieved similar results by writing a script in the FrameScript > language that does the following: > > 1) Recurse the element hierarchy of the Frame source files and encode > the documents in XML. > > 2) Load the XML into the Microsoft XML Active X Control. > > 3) Apply an XSL transform to achieve the desired markup. > > 4) Push the resulting files to their destination. > > The ability of FrameScript to work with OCX controls and databases > makes this a fairly straightforward process. I personally find this > path more straightforward than working directly with the FDK and > Frame's built-in XML encoding tools. > > There are a number of freeware tools out there that will help you > build the necessary XSL transform and preview the resulting code. > > Best regards > > Martin > > Martin R. Smith > www.golehtek.com > > > Quoting Kelly McDaniel <kmcdaniel at pavtech.com>: > > > I'm looking to feed a local Twiki with Framemaker. Does anyone have > > experience with such foolishness?...tnx, Kelly. > > > > > > > > Kelly M. McDaniel > > > > Information Developer III > > > > Pavilion Technologies > > > > A Rockwell Automation Company > > > > kmcdaniel at pavtech.com <mailto:kmcdaniel at pavtech.com> > > > > t: 512.438.1521 > > > > f: 512.438.1401 >