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Publisher - Data Import

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I think it must be possible, like in Indesign, to import content via XML or to update it.

Better would be a direct API with which you get content in Publisher.

 

Do you know what I mean?

 

Especially with large catalogue publications it can't be insert content via copy and paste. 

That's 90's style ;)

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+1

 

As well, tagged text--but not the verbose ID-type of tagged text but rather the QXP syntax.

 

Both XML and tagged text have advantages over each other. For most of the content creation from a database I do, I have switched over to exporting tagged text, as well as creating tagged text using macros from Word documents.

 

Either or both of those methods would be welcomed by me.

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Not an employee--obviously.

 

A road-map for Publisher doesn't exist yet and doubt it will at least until a beta is available. As such, there also isn't any sneak peak either. And in the main, I think that XML and/or tagged text import won't be in the initial release. I would be happily surprised if it is, but I think the initial release will be relatively bare-bones from other responses Serif personnel have made.

 

Doesn't mean that Patrick or another Serif person won't comment, but I wouldn't hold my breath awaiting a reply.

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