Directory Structure

The following table describes the directories created during the XML Export installation. The variable install is the path name of the Export installation directory (for example, /usr/autonomy/KeyviewExportSDK on UNIX, or C:\Program Files\Autonomy\KeyviewExportSDK on Windows). On UNIX, the XML Export directory is named /xmlexpt.

The variable OS is the operating system for which the SDK is installed. For example, the bin directory on a standard 32-bit Windows installation would be located at C:\Program Files\Autonomy\KeyviewExportSDK\WINDOWS\bin.

 

XML Export Installed Directory Structure

Directory

Contents

install\OS\bin

Contains the libraries, executables for the sample programs Export Demo and cnv2xml, the Java program (kvraster.class), the Java applet (kvvector.jar), the format detection file, formats_e.ini, the license key file (kv.lic), and a number of other supporting files.

install\javaapi\ini

Contains the template files used with the Java API.

install\javaapi\javadoc

Contains the Javadoc for the Java API.

install\javaapi\sample

Contains the source files and sample programs for the Java API.

install\testdocs

Contains sample word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation graphics files that can be used to test XML Export’s options. You might also find this directory useful when testing your own applications.

install\XML Export\guide

Contains the XML Export C Programming Guide and XML Export Java Programming Guide in HTML and PDF format.

install\XML Export\include

Contains the header files (adinfo.h, kvxml.h, and kvtypes.h) for the C API.

install\XML Export\programs\bin

Contains the executable files for the sample Visual Basic program called Export Demo.

install\XML Export\programs\cnv2xml

Contains the C source code files for a sample program that creates a single XML file. The executable for this sample program is in the bin directory.

install\XML Export\programs\cnv2xmloop

Contains the C source code for a sample program that creates a single XML file out of process.

install\XML Export\programs\ExportDemo

Contains the source code for a sample Visual Basic program. The executable for this sample program is in the bin directory. Export Demo is available through the Start menu.

install\XML Export\programs\ini

Contains the template files used to set the conversion options in the C API.

install\XML Export\programs\metadata

Contains the C source code and supporting files for a sample program that creates a valid XML file containing only the document’s metadata.

install\XML Export\programs\pdfini

Contains the template file used to extract custom metadata from PDF documents.

install\XML Export\programs\tempout

The default output directory for converted files. Contains the KeyView DTD, sample style sheets, and character entity files. These files are required for viewing the converted XML files.

install\XML Export\programs\tstxtract

Contains the C source code and supporting files for a sample program that demonstrates the File Extraction interface.

install\XML Export\programs\xmlcallback

Contains the C source code and supporting files for a sample program that demonstrates how user callbacks can dynamically shape the XML conversion.

install\XML Export\programs\xmlindex

Contains the C source code and supporting files for a sample program that produces text-only XML.

install\XML Export\programs\xmlini

Contains the C source code and supporting files for a sample program that uses template files to set the conversion options.

install\XML Export\programs\xmlmulti

Contains the C source code and supporting files for a sample program that creates multiple XML files from a source document. The main file contains the table of contents. Each H1 heading is contained within its own file.

install\XML Export\programs\xmlonefile

Contains the C source code and supporting files for a sample program that converts a source document into a single, formatted XML file.

install\XML Export\rel_notes

Contains the XML Export Release Notes in HTML and PDF format.


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