Hi,

You can also try to use Java (the list is going to run over me with this
comment). Xerces parser is quite good and amazinly fast, and opensource.
We are validating XML document of 3Mb with it, and it is done in three
seconds (creating a DOM object). It is just another idea if you haven't
look at it.

Also you can keep the logic more organized with the object structure.

        Sean C. McCarthy
        SCI, S.L. (www.sci-spain.com)

Jon Farmer wrote:
> 
> No, we would have to spend around 24,000 sterling to get the modules. We
> already have modules that allow importing of order, etc from txt files. I
> could write a PHP XML parser to interface into this.
> 
> What I am not sure is how acceptable it will be to our customers
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> http://www.computerworld.com/cwi/story/0,1199,NAV47-68-85-1552_STO55904,00.h
> > tml
> > http://www.xml.com/search/index.ncsp?sp-q=EDI
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> > PHP should be quite capable of handling this,
> > but you will end up creating a lot of the business
> > logic from scratch.  If your company already uses
> > integrated management software like SAP, it may
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