[cosmo-dev] Data importation into the Derby database from text
christine.lu at ensi-bourges.fr
Wed Jan 30 08:22:07 PST 2008
Actually, I'm a bit lost. I'd like to add data to an existing collection
but I don't know where to begin. I read the pages about caldav and atom
and I tried to do as you advised me but it's hard to understand how these
protocols work. I think that writing an external program is a good idea.
Do you have an example of program using caldav or atom?
Thank you a lot,
> Hi Christine,
> Are you talking about importing data from text files into Chandler
> Server? Or are you talking about the general problem of parsing a text
> file and updating a Derby database? If you want to get data into
> Chandler Server, you can use one of the supported protocols: caldav,
> atom, or morse code. Details of these protocols can be found at:
> You would write an external program that processes the text files and
> talks to a Chandler Server using a supported protocol. You could add
> the data to an existing collection or create a new one. If you are
> using Java, you could use a caldav client such as caldav4j
> (http://chandlerproject.org/Projects/CalDAV4jHome), but you aren't
> restricted to a language, just as long as you speak the protocol.
> Currently there isn't an easy way to have the server do the parsing
> work, although I could imagine adding a servlet that when accessed, does
> the parsing work and uses the service apis to add data to a collection.
> Christine Lu wrote:
>> I am working on a project which consists of reusing data from several
>> files. I would like the server to read these files and to add the data
>> into the database. I want to modify the server source code to automate
>> this action but I don't know where and how the server reads and writes
>> into the database. Please, let me know what files are concerned.
>> Thank you for your help.
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