our project stores objects in an own xml format which can be embedded
in FO-XML 1.1 (after validation) by a Perl script. After that we use
fedora's command line tools (mass-)ingest data into our repository.
I'm sure, there should be no problem for a Perl programmer to
understand and modify my script according to your purposes. I think the
only matter is to replace our stuff by your TEI documents. ;)
If you want to have a look, I'll send it to you with an example or two.
On 30.06.2011 12:33, Seamus Lawless wrote:
> Hi all,
> I need to import some TEI files into a digital archive that uses Fedora Commons as the base of its layered architecture. The metadata in the archive is stored using Fedora's FOXML structure and the data is fed out in a number of different formats like MODS, Dublin Core and ESE. Is anyone on the list aware of any tools or utilities for converting between TEI and FOXML (e.g. an XSLT template)?
> Thanks in advance,
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