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  1. Thanks for your answers. I guess the only way is indeed to uncompress it first. The original web server is not gonna provide their users uncompressed xml files. A bit strange it doesn't work while importing with the XML/XSL with HTTP request option. But I did find out that the webviewer can read it, just as any browser will. Most important is to make it work on different computers and I have the feeling the solution with a php file and storage on some web server is the way to go. Anyway, I'll work on something out. Thx!
  2. Hello, I want to know if it's possible to import gzipped xml in Filemaker 10 or 11? I've got it working with the local decoded xml and xslt, the next step is to make it work with a direct URL request. Therefore I must also send the "Accept-Encoding: gzip" header. How can I do that in the Import XML HTTP request field? Thx, Paul
  3. Thanks for your quick answer! I think I'm gonna use your first solution. Artist names are unique indeed, so that shouldn't be a problem. Maybe I'll think about a solution to delete the 'artist_name_import' value after import, to keep the database clean.
  4. Hello, I have this (part of a) xml file of which I want to import the artist name and join. ABC Featuring Contessa Lady V The Night You Murdered Love The difficult part is that I want to import integers as because in Filemaker I have related table Artists (ID and Name field). I haven't got a clue how I can do that. So while importing via a xslt, is it possible to lookup the ID value of 'ABC' and 'Contessa Lady V' in the Filemaker Artist table and import the ID values only? Any help appreciated! Thx, Paul
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