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Transforming Schedule XML files

Files:

Schedule publication XML files: http://www.pharmac.govt.nz/pub/schedule/archive/.

Sample transformation files: http://www.pharmac.govt.nz/pub/schedule/transform/. XSL files with "Aggregated" in the filename can be run over multiple Schedule XML files.

Transformation software:

PHARMAC uses Oxygen - xml editor for creating and testing of XML/XSLT transformations.

Free alternative transformation solutions:

Online tools (best suited for quick tests) Software:

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