[sword-devel] importing modules into a relational database
Troy A. Griffitts
Sun, 24 Mar 2002 13:20:56 -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.
:) Well, you can use sword/utilities/mod2vpl to get any of our modules
outputted with verse info, if you need others. You really shouldn't
look at the actual data files, as they are very different depending on
the driver that handles them.
> 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
> some information?
Chris will have to give the info and state of the soap stuff.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Troy A. Griffitts" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2002 11:16 AM
> Subject: Re: [sword-devel] importing modules into a relational database
> > Stacy,
> > 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
> > server.
> > Hope you find a good solution.
> > -Troy.
> > 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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