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Hi Everyone,

I will highly appreciate if some one can tell me how to convert a srf file into xml file? I will appreciate if some one can provide a valid resolution.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:30 PM

    Hi Satish,

    Follow the giving procedure....

    1. Save the .srf file on ur desktop.

    2. open that .srf file.

    3. select all and copy that all item.

    4. close that file.

    5. create new .txt file.

    6. Paste that item on .txt file.

    7. Go to on FILE option on the top(left side) of the file.

    8. Save that file by giving the extension .xml.

    and now u r able to use that file in ur pgm.

    If satisfied,,rewards me.....

    Kind Regards

    Yogesh

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 08:45 AM

    Hi,

    Its very simple, just save the srf and change the extension from .srf to .xml and you can use it as a normal xml file.

    Satish.

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    • Former Member Aditya Dalmiya

      Hi,

      As Satish said you can easily convert it. The srf file is actually an xml file. It is just saved as an srf file. If you open the srf file in notepad you'll see that it's an xml file. You can change the file's extention (using rename in windows explorer) to change it from .srf to .xml. Then if you double click it it should open in internet explorer as an xml file.

      Hope it helps,

      Adele

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 10:35 AM

    Hi Gangotri,

    Say, in your desktop, you have Form.srf file saved. Right click on this folder and click on the option Rename, and change srf to xml.

    Satish.

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