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Default very urgent:cals table to indesign table using xsl

Friend,

If anybody knows how to convert cals table into indesign table using xsl please help me.

Ex:Cals xml
<Table Id="ch03table1">
    <Legend>
        <Legendnum>Table 3</Legendnum>

        <Legendtext>
            <Smalltext>
            <br/>
            <Emphasis Type="Bold">Antidepressants</Emphasis>
            </Smalltext>
        </Legendtext>
    </Legend>
    <Tgroup Cols="3" Colsep="0" Rowsep="0" Align="LEFT">
    <Colspec Colnum="1" Colname="c1" Colwidth="200"/>
    <Colspec Colnum="2" Colname="c2" Colwidth="150"/>
    <Colspec Colnum="3" Colname="c3" Colwidth="150"/>
    <Thead>
        <Row Rowsep="1">
            <Entry Valign="BOTTOM" Align="LEFT">
                <Smalltext>
                <Emphasis Type="Italic">Type of antidepressant</Emphasis>
                </Smalltext> </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="BOTTOM">
                <Smalltext>
                <Emphasis Type="Italic">Generic name</Emphasis> </Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="BOTTOM">
                <Smalltext>
                <Emphasis Type="Italic">Usual brand name</Emphasis> </Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
    </Thead> <Tbody>
        <Row>
            <Entry Valign="TOP">
                <Smalltext>Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs)</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>citalopram<br/>escitalopram<br/>fluoxetine<br/>fluvoxamine<br/>paroxetine<br/>sertraline</Smalltext> </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>Celexa<br/>Lexapro<br/>Prozac<br/>Luvox<br/>Paxil<br/>Zoloft</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
        <Row>
            <Entry Valign="TOP">
                <Smalltext>Other #x201C;modern#x201D; antidepressants</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>bupropion<br/>duloxetine<br/>mirtazapine<br/>venlafaxine<br/></Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>Wellbutrin<br/>Cymbalta<br/>Remeron<br/>Effexor</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
        <Row>
            <Entry Valign="TOP">
                <Smalltext>Tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs)</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>amitriptyline<br/>clomipramine<br/>desipramine<br/>doxepin<br/>imipramine<br/>maprotiline<br/>nortriptyline<br/>protriptyline<br/>trimipramine</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>Elavil<br/>Anafranil<br/>Norpramin<br/>Sinequan<br/>Tofranil<br/>Ludiomil<br/>Pamelor<br/>Vivactil<br/>Surmontil</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
        <Row>
            <Entry Valign="TOP">
                <Smalltext>Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)*</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>isocarboxazid<br/>phenelzine<br/>tranylcypromine</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>Marplan<br/>Nardil<br/>Parnate</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
    </Tbody>
    </Tgroup>
    <Tfoot>
        <Smalltext>*rarely prescribed for young people because of the strict dietary limitations that MAOIs require</Smalltext> </Tfoot>
</Table>

i want to convert the above xml into indesign-compliant xml.I want xslt for that.

Ex:Indesign-Compliant XML

<Table xmlns:aid="http://ns.adobe.com/AdobeInDesign/4.0/" aid:table="table" aid:tcols="4" aid:trows="3">
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:theader="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130" aid:cstyle="italics">Table header 1</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:theader="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="59">Table header 2</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:theader="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table header 3</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:theader="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table header 4</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">A</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="59">B
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">C
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">D
</Cell>
<!--<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="2">E straddles two columns</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">F
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">G
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">H
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="59">I
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="2" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">J straddles two rows</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">K
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">L
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="59">M
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">N
</Cell>-->
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:tfooter="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table footer 1</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:tfooter="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="59">Table footer 2</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:tfooter="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table footer 3</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:tfooter="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table footer 4</Cell>
</Table>

if i load the above indesign-compliant xml in Adobe InDesign CS2,it will get converted in a table format.

I want to convert the cals xml into indesign-compliant xml.

It is very very very urgent.Please help me.I have to submit tomorrow(June 2,2006)
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Friend,

If anybody knows how to convert cals table into indesign table using xsl please help me.

Ex:Cals xml
<Table Id="ch03table1">
    <Legend>
        <Legendnum>Table 3</Legendnum>

        <Legendtext>
            <Smalltext>
            <br/>
            <Emphasis Type="Bold">Antidepressants</Emphasis>
            </Smalltext>
        </Legendtext>
    </Legend>
    <Tgroup Cols="3" Colsep="0" Rowsep="0" Align="LEFT">
    <Colspec Colnum="1" Colname="c1" Colwidth="200"/>
    <Colspec Colnum="2" Colname="c2" Colwidth="150"/>
    <Colspec Colnum="3" Colname="c3" Colwidth="150"/>
    <Thead>
        <Row Rowsep="1">
            <Entry Valign="BOTTOM" Align="LEFT">
                <Smalltext>
                <Emphasis Type="Italic">Type of antidepressant</Emphasis>
                </Smalltext> </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="BOTTOM">
                <Smalltext>
                <Emphasis Type="Italic">Generic name</Emphasis> </Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="BOTTOM">
                <Smalltext>
                <Emphasis Type="Italic">Usual brand name</Emphasis> </Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
    </Thead> <Tbody>
        <Row>
            <Entry Valign="TOP">
                <Smalltext>Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs)</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>citalopram<br/>escitalopram<br/>fluoxetine<br/>fluvoxamine<br/>paroxetine<br/>sertraline</Smalltext> </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>Celexa<br/>Lexapro<br/>Prozac<br/>Luvox<br/>Paxil<br/>Zoloft</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
        <Row>
            <Entry Valign="TOP">
                <Smalltext>Other #x201C;modern#x201D; antidepressants</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>bupropion<br/>duloxetine<br/>mirtazapine<br/>venlafaxine<br/></Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>Wellbutrin<br/>Cymbalta<br/>Remeron<br/>Effexor</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
        <Row>
            <Entry Valign="TOP">
                <Smalltext>Tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs)</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>amitriptyline<br/>clomipramine<br/>desipramine<br/>doxepin<br/>imipramine<br/>maprotiline<br/>nortriptyline<br/>protriptyline<br/>trimipramine</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>Elavil<br/>Anafranil<br/>Norpramin<br/>Sinequan<br/>Tofranil<br/>Ludiomil<br/>Pamelor<br/>Vivactil<br/>Surmontil</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
        <Row>
            <Entry Valign="TOP">
                <Smalltext>Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)*</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>isocarboxazid<br/>phenelzine<br/>tranylcypromine</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
            <Entry Valign="TOP"> <Smalltext>Marplan<br/>Nardil<br/>Parnate</Smalltext>
            </Entry>
        </Row>
    </Tbody>
    </Tgroup>
    <Tfoot>
        <Smalltext>*rarely prescribed for young people because of the strict dietary limitations that MAOIs require</Smalltext> </Tfoot>
</Table>

i want to convert the above xml into indesign-compliant xml.I want xslt for that.

Ex:Indesign-Compliant XML

<Table xmlns:aid="http://ns.adobe.com/AdobeInDesign/4.0/" aid:table="table" aid:tcols="4" aid:trows="3">
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:theader="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130" aid:cstyle="italics">Table header 1</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:theader="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="59">Table header 2</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:theader="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table header 3</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:theader="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table header 4</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">A</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="59">B
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">C
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">D
</Cell>
<!--<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="2">E straddles two columns</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">F
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">G
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">H
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="59">I
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="2" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">J straddles two rows</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">K
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">L
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="59">M
</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1" aid:ccolwidth="130">N
</Cell>-->
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:tfooter="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table footer 1</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:tfooter="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="59">Table footer 2</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:tfooter="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table footer 3</Cell>
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:tfooter="" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="1"
aid:ccolwidth="130">Table footer 4</Cell>
</Table>

if i load the above indesign-compliant xml in Adobe InDesign CS2,it will get converted in a table format.

I want to convert the cals xml into indesign-compliant xml.

It is very very very urgent.Please help me.I have to submit tomorrow(June 2,2006)
I suppose the reason no one has answered your post is simply that InDesign supports CALS tables. If you just import the CALS table, and drag that from the Structure Pane of InDesign to the page, ID automatically converts it to an InDesign table. To verify that, simply export without checking the export CALS table option, and you will get an InDesign table.
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