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  1. Raluca L.
    Hi Prakash,

    a great weblog indeed. Thats what I was trying to do once and I didnt succeed.
    I will look for the .jar library needed.

    Thanks

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      1. Raju Indukuru
        Hi Prakash!

        Very helpful Weblog indeed, I have tried using many custom jars to parse the RSS file but had many issues with them. This blog comes in very handy. I could not locate conver*.jar files in my libraries.zip file in my PDK. Could you please send me the 2 jar files you have mentioned. Also could you be able to tell me why I cant find only those 2 jars in my libraries.zip file but I can rest all.

        Thanks in advance,
        Best regards,
        Raju Indukuru

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  2. Tomasz Warzycha
    Hi,

    Nice weblog, indeed. I cannot find those libraries:  contentconversionapi.jar and contentconverterapi.jar. Where can I find them??

    Could you possibly send me them??

    BR.
    Marek

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  3. Carsten Buechert
    Hello Prakash,
    very nice weblog. This XSL-Transformer seems to be very handy. Can you send me the JAR-Files as well? I’ve sent you an email with my contact information.

    Thx in advance,

    Carsten

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  4. Daniel Wroblewski
    Hi Prakash,

    Thanks for your weblog.

    The portal now provides a tarnsformation service that helps with transformation.

    For a simple transformation (XSL stylesheet, no authentication required for SML), you can deploy a XSL stylesheet in a portal component so that it appears as a transformer in the XML iView. You can then create an XML iView for your transformation. No coding.

    There is also a Content Provider Framework for more complicated XML transformation of third-party content.

    Both topics are documented in the Portal Developer Guide on the help portal.

    Daniel

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    1. Prakash Singh Post author
      Hi Daniel,
         Thank you for your feedback. I don’t know if the transformation service is available in EP6 SP2 but I would encourage developers to use the transformation service. I am using apis from Content Provider framework.

      Regards
      Prakash

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  5. Anonymous
    Hi Prakash,
    I was implementing XML/XSLT transform using the way you suggested. But in the Form i am getting the null value. Why is it so??

    Please suggest me the solution for that.

    Thanks and regards
    Pravesh

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  6. Anonymous
    Please can someone kindly send me the following jar files:

    contentconversionapi.jar
    contentconverterapi.jar
    jcoclientapi.jar
    soapapi.jar
    xsltransformapi.jar

    n.hoyos@sap.com

    Thanks!

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  7. leela perla
    Hello Prakash, this is a very nice blog, I am trying to implement a stock iview in the same scenario. wanted to know if we have to use same jar files in EP7, if so where can we get them.

    Also if you have any other suggestions for doing this in EP7

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