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Old 08-30-2004, 03:13 PM   #1
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require help for SED command


i have to replace a very large xml string with another large xml string
i am using sed but it does not work can anybody help me fix my problem
i am using sed as sed -e '1,$s/string1/string2/g' file1>>file2

the string1=<defns:Party xmlns:defns="://url1" xmlns:soapenc="://url1" xmlns:xsd="url1" xmlns:wsdl="url1:///" xmlns:ns5="url1://" xmlns:ns4="http://url2" xmlns:ns3="://url4" xmlns:ns2="://url5" xmlns:ns1="://url5" xmlns:xsi="://url3">

string2(the string to replace string1)=
party xmlns:defns="://url1" xmlns:soapenc="://url2/" xmlns:xsd="://url3" xmlns:wsdl="://url3" xmlns:ns5="://url4" xmlns:ns4="://url5/" xmlns:ns3="://url6" xmlns:ns2="://url7" xmlns:ns1="://url8" xmlns:xsi="://url9" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="://url10">

plz help
 
Old 08-30-2004, 03:31 PM   #2
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Quote:
sed -e '1,$s/string1/string2/g' file1>>file2
If you don't escape the // in the strings you may want to
use | as a separator for the sed command....
Code:
sed -e '1,$s|string1|string2|g' file1>>file2

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