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Re^2: how to update an xml file by read data from csv file

by Vijay81 (Acolyte)
on Nov 29, 2012 at 21:38 UTC ( #1006360=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


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Thanks bitingduck (Pilgrim) for you input. As you suggested i used Text::CSV module to read csv file.

Main pl file :
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use warnings; use Text::CSV; my $file1 = 'C:\TR_Vijay\Automation\serverinput.csv'; my $csv = Text::CSV->new(); my @columns; open (CSV, "<", $file1) or die $!; while (<CSV>) { next if ($. == 0); if ($csv->parse($_)) { @columns = $csv->fields(); print "$columns[0] \n"; print "$columns[1] \n"; print "$columns[2] \n"; print "$columns[3] \n"; } else { my $err = $csv->error_input; print "Failed to parse line: $err"; } open my $file, '>>', 'result.xml' or die "Can't open file: $!"; print $file <<EOF <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!-- <!*************************************************************** +*> --> <!-- <!* + *> --> <!-- <!* PuTTY Configuration Manager save file - All right reserved. +*> --> <!-- <!* +*> --> <!-- <!*************************************************************** +*> --> <!-- <!The following lines can be modified at your own risks.> --> <configuration version=$columns[0] savepassword="True"> <root type="database" name=$columns[1] expanded="True"> <container type="folder" name=$columns[2] expanded="True"> <container type="folder" name=$columns[3] expanded="True"> <connection type="PuTTY" name=$columns[4]> <connection_info> <name>$columns[4]</name> <protocol>SSH</protocol> <host>$columns[7]</host> <port>$columns[8]</port> <session>Default Settings</session> <commandline>$columns[10]</commandline> <description /> </connection_info> <login> </login> <timeout> <connectiontimeout>1000</connectiontimeout> <logintimeout>750</logintimeout> <passwordtimeout>750</passwordtimeout> <commandtimeout>750</commandtimeout> </timeout> <command> </command> <options> <loginmacro>False</loginmacro> <postcommands>False</postcommands> <endlinechar>10</endlinechar> </options> </connection> </root> </configuration> EOF ; } close CSV;
I was able to achive almost expect for few things. Anyhelp would be much appreciated. Achieved so far : 1. able to read data from csv file 2. ouput the xml file with data read from csv file. Now Issues are : 1. Don't want to print first 7 lines of the xml format everytime. It should be printed only once at top of the file.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!-- <!*************************************************************** +*> --> <!-- <!* + *> --> <!-- <!* PuTTY Configuration Manager save file - All right reserved. +*> --> <!-- <!* +*> --> <!-- <!*************************************************************** +*> --> <!-- <!The following lines can be modified at your own risks.> -->
2. Don't want to print last 2 line everytime. it just need to be printed only once at bottom of the file
</root> </configuration>
3. Not sure where i made mistake, but when ever i try to open the result.xml, it doesn't open. even program doesn't give any error thou.


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Re^3: how to update an xml file by read data from csv file
by choroba (Abbot) on Nov 29, 2012 at 21:48 UTC
    If you do not want to print the lines every time, move the corresponding print out of the loop.
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Re^3: how to update an xml file by read data from csv file
by bitingduck (Friar) on Nov 30, 2012 at 10:00 UTC

    Here's a solution that uses XML::TreeBuilder (which uses XML::Element methods as well). It seemed easier than trying to build it up from print statements and regex replacements.

    One maybe major caveat: your example input file isn't valid XML-- the two "container" tags don't get closed. I took the liberty of assuming (maybe incorrectly) that they should get closed and that you want valid XML.

    Here's the code:
    #!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Text::CSV; use XML::TreeBuilder; use Data::Dumper; my $xmlbase='original.xml'; my $paramsfile = 'params.csv'; # the list of tags filled from the csv file my @taglist=qw(name protocol host commandline); # this is the part that repeats, so we break it out separately # the tags that get filled from the CSV file are left empty my $connection= <<END <connection type="PuTTY" name="WSSS"> <connection_info> <name></name> <protocol></protocol> <host></host> <port>22</port> <session>Default Settings</session> <commandline></commandline> <description /> </connection_info> <login> <login /> <password /> <prompt /> </login> <timeout> <connectiontimeout>1000</connectiontimeout> <logintimeout>750</logintimeout> <passwordtimeout>750</passwordtimeout> <commandtimeout>750</commandtimeout> </timeout> <command> <command1 /> <command2 /> <command3 /> <command4 /> <command5 /> </command> <options> <loginmacro>False</loginmacro> <postcommands>False</postcommands> <endlinechar>10</endlinechar> </options> </connection> END ; #this is the wrapper my $config= <<END <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!-- The following lines can be modified at your own risks. --> <configuration version="0.2.1.4" savepassword="True"> <root type="database" name="WSSS" expanded="True"> <container type="folder" name="CM" expanded="True"> <container type="folder" name="1-AD/M" expanded="True"> </container> </container> </root> </configuration> END ; #start an xml structure with the outer wrapper my $tree=XML::TreeBuilder->new(); $tree->parse($config); # find the insert location my $container=$tree->look_down("_tag"=>"container", "name"=>"1-AD/M"); + my $csv=Text::CSV->new(); open my $fh, "<:encoding(utf8)", $paramsfile or die "$paramsfile: $!"; # loop through the lines of the CSV and copy the connection structure +into # the wrapper with the updated values while(my $row=$csv->getline($fh)){ my $contree=XML::TreeBuilder->new(); #make an xml structure of th +e connection $contree->parse($connection); $container->push_content($contree); #insert it into the wrapper $contree->attr('name',$row->[0]); #set the name attribute $container->push_content("\n "); #make it a little prettier my $index=0; for my $tagname(@taglist){ #loop through the columns my $tag=$contree->look_down('_tag'=> $tagname); $tag->push_content($row->[$index++]); } } print '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>'."\n"; print $tree->as_XML();
    And here's the output:
    $ perl puttyconfig.pl <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <configuration savepassword="True" version="0.2.1.4"> <root expanded="True" name="WSSS" type="database"> <container expanded="True" name="CM" type="folder"> <container expanded="True" name="1-AD/M" type="folder"> <connection name="WSSSS" type="PuTTY"> <connection_info> <name>WSSSS</name> <protocol>SSH</protocol> <host>103.243.543.233</host> <port>22</port> <session>Default Settings</session> <commandline>erted</commandline> <description></description> </connection_info> <login> <login></login> <password></password> <prompt></prompt> </login> <timeout> <connectiontimeout>1000</connectiontimeout> <logintimeout>750</logintimeout> <passwordtimeout>750</passwordtimeout> <commandtimeout>750</commandtimeout> </timeout> <command> <command1></command1> <command2></command2> <command3></command3> <command4></command4> <command5></command5> </command> <options> <loginmacro>False</loginmacro> <postcommands>False</postcommands> <endlinechar>10</endlinechar> </options> </connection> <connection name="AWSA" type="PuTTY"> <connection_info> <name>AWSA</name> <protocol>SSH</protocol> <host>303.233.542.622</host> <port>22</port> <session>Default Settings</session> <commandline>rrertd</commandline> <description></description> </connection_info> <login> <login></login> <password></password> <prompt></prompt> </login> <timeout> <connectiontimeout>1000</connectiontimeout> <logintimeout>750</logintimeout> <passwordtimeout>750</passwordtimeout> <commandtimeout>750</commandtimeout> </timeout> <command> <command1></command1> <command2></command2> <command3></command3> <command4></command4> <command5></command5> </command> <options> <loginmacro>False</loginmacro> <postcommands>False</postcommands> <endlinechar>10</endlinechar> </options> </connection> </container> </container> </root> </configuration>

      Thanks bitingduck (Pilgrim). Your suggested solution is very clear and neat way of producing xml format file. But only problem is that i don't want to display last 2 closing container tags. I did try removing that from wrapper but it didn't work. Is ther any way we can't avoid writing the last 2 container tags please..

      Error we get if we remove the closing tag :
      mismatched tag at line 7, column 4, byte 333 at C:/Perl64/lib/XML/Pars +er.pm line 187.
      Main program :
      #!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Text::CSV; use XML::TreeBuilder; use Data::Dumper; my $xmlbase='original.xml'; my $paramsfile = 'params.csv'; # the list of tags filled from the csv file my @taglist=qw(name protocol host commandline); # this is the part that repeats, so we break it out separately # the tags that get filled from the CSV file are left empty my $connection= <<END <connection type="PuTTY" name="WSSS"> <connection_info> <name></name> <protocol></protocol> <host></host> <port>22</port> <session>Default Settings</session> <commandline></commandline> <description /> </connection_info> <login> <login /> <password /> <prompt /> </login> <timeout> <connectiontimeout>1000</connectiontimeout> <logintimeout>750</logintimeout> <passwordtimeout>750</passwordtimeout> <commandtimeout>750</commandtimeout> </timeout> <command> <command1 /> <command2 /> <command3 /> <command4 /> <command5 /> </command> <options> <loginmacro>False</loginmacro> <postcommands>False</postcommands> <endlinechar>10</endlinechar> </options> </connection> END ; open (my $resultfile, '>>', 'resultxml.xml') or die "Can't open file: +$!"; #this is the wrapper my $config= <<END <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!-- The following lines can be modified at your own risks. --> <configuration version="0.2.1.4" savepassword="True"> <root type="database" name="WSSS" expanded="True"> <container type="folder" name="CM" expanded="True"> <container type="folder" name="1-AD/M" expanded="True"> </container> </container> </root> </configuration> END ; #start an xml structure with the outer wrapper my $tree=XML::TreeBuilder->new(); $tree->parse($config); # find the insert location my $container=$tree->look_down("_tag"=>"container", "name"=>"1-AD/M"); my $csv=Text::CSV->new(); open my $fh, "<:encoding(utf8)", $paramsfile or die "$paramsfile: $!"; # loop through the lines of the CSV and copy the connection structure +into # the wrapper with the updated values while(my $row=$csv->getline($fh)){ my $contree=XML::TreeBuilder->new(); #make an xml structure of th +e connection $contree->parse($connection); $container->push_content($contree); #insert it into the wrapper $contree->attr('name',$row->[0]); #set the name attribute $container->push_content("\n "); #make it a little prettier my $index=0; for my $tagname(@taglist){ #loop through the columns my $tag=$contree->look_down('_tag'=> $tagname); $tag->push_content($row->[$index++]); } } #print '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>'."\n"; print $tree->as_XML(); print $resultfile '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>'."\n"; print $resultfile $tree->as_XML(); close($resultfile);

        If it doesn't have the container closing tags then it won't be valid XML (which is certainly possible for a config file, though kind of rude of them to do it that way). No decent XML generator will let you do that. A straightforward way to remove them is to do something like:

        $mycontainerless=$tree->as_XML(); $mycontainerless=~%</container>%%gi;

        before you write it to the file.

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