[sword-devel] importing modules into a relational database
Sun, 24 Mar 2002 12:51:46 -0700
I am also working on importing modules into a relational database (MySQL)
for a web based project. It will be using a Flash MX front end.
I am now writing / debugging a PHP class that parses the GBF format (
http://ebible.org/bible/gbf.htm ) into my database. I decided to use this
format, because I couldn't understand how I would parse the Sword module
format without any chapter / verse information. Plus I really only need the
WEB and KJV to start with.
Anyway, I am happy to share this class if it would be of any help.
Also, Troy, what is this soap server you speak of... can you point me to
----- Original Message -----
From: "Troy A. Griffitts" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2002 11:16 AM
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] importing modules into a relational database
> Joe's suggestion might be your best shot. Another option is to use
> your 3-tier architecture approach and our soap server instead of a
> relational database server. JSP -> your java middlewhere -> our soap
> Hope you find a good solution.
> Stacy Lacy wrote:
> > Has anyone experimented with importing modules, vpls, or thml into a
> > relational database? I am working on a personal project to develop a
> > web-based sword like application for a class. I would eventually like
> > base it on the java port of sword, but need something quicker. My plan
> > to import some modules and just provide some simple search capabilities
> > until the java port is done.
> > I have seen diatheke, it doesn't work for me because my project is based
> > java server pages using a 3-tier architecture and I need to stick with
> > Any pointers appreciated.
> > Stacy
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