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im working on a project to extract all images, pdf, word documents from a web page and store it in a database.
so i need to convert web page to xhtml using Jtidy, and then convert that XHTML to XML using XSLT, then extract all those files using the XML.
i dont know how to convert XHTML to XML using XSLT and extract data from it.
somebody help me on it.
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NO. Your idea sounds interesting but does things you do not want and probably even don't need.

Read this: http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/ThirdParty/WebCrawler/[^]

and use another approach.
   
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kalai91 15-Mar-12 6:11am
   
thanks for ur solution. i read that article. but still im forced to do it in that way! wat shall i do??
TorstenH. 15-Mar-12 10:14am
   
start here: XSL @w3schools

and also take a look here: Converting XHTML files to XSL and XML files @ ibm.com

an old fashion book will also be worth it. It's kind of like an additional display. Also is the search mechanism much better than anything online.
kalai91 19-Mar-12 6:48am
   
Thank you...

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