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This tutorial illustrates is how to generate a stream of SAX eve= nts from a CSV stream and how that stream of SAX events feeds into Smooks t= o generate an XML model that can be transformed further (in this case it is= not).=20
Other Relevant Info:=20
To Build= : "mvn clean install"
To Run: "mvn exec:java"
This is a very simple example that illustrates how Smooks to configure i= n a non-XML stream parser (CSV) into Smooks.=20
So here's the source csv file that is to be transformed:=20 =20
And this is the expected result of our transformation (as generated by t= he CSVParser):=20 =20
We simply specify the CSVParser as the stream = parser. More transformation configurations could be added to transform this= message further.=20
Here's the configuration ("smooks-config.xml"):=20 =20
Again, it's exactly the same as with the java-basic tutorial:=20 =20
Of course, you'd typically cache the Smooks instance.=20
See the example/Main.java in the example source.