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    Member tsmgroup2's Avatar
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    Question anyone know anything about magic parser?
    Please feel free if you have purchased and personally used this software for data feed management and usage. I hear that it uses and manages xml, csv, and other formats quite easily.

    If there are any alternatives to this, I open to them as well.
    Thank you.
    Mark (Satchel)
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    I would also be very interested in hearing views on magic parser from people who have used it.

    Adrian

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    Magic Parser is the core script behind Price Tapestry, which I use on one of my sites. It's extremely simple to use and many people can have a data feed up in minutes. It detects many different formats including XML and CSV. I had a problem that required changes to the core Magic Parser script, but for that or any other issues I've encountered, the support has been outstanding. Very fast, expert responses.

    Regards,
    Jim

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    Well worth the money, enough said

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    I agree,

    Have since purchased price tapestry and being a novice I find it so easy to use. Magic Parser is included with price tapestry. I didn't know where to start with datafeeds, purchased a PHP/Mysql book but I prefer learning by example rather than sitting down with a book and learning from scratch. With magic parser I copy my datafeed into a feeds folder, launch magic parser, select the fields I want to use from the datafeed and its they are then uploaded to the mysql database.

    It really is simple and great support too.

    ADrian

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