04-07-2018 02:30 AM
I have searchd the forums but cannot find an answer. I have an EndNote database with over 5000 records. I am looking to export those records into some format that can be easily imported into a MySQL database on my website. Then I would have my web development people create an interface using PHP scripting that would allow my database to be searched according to the various fields, and return a list of all references that match the search query. Does anyone have any thoughts about how I might go about this?
Thank you in advance.
04-08-2018 06:04 PM
Records from an Endnote library can be exported in a variety of file formats including: XML, and text based flat files such as tab delimited or other delimiter such as .csv (with some modification of the Endnote output style file). If I recall correctly, these file formats can be imported into MySQL. However, note that Endnote’s XML format is proprietary and might not be in a form that MySQL can successfully import. So you need to test the files.
Refer to the Help menu in the toolbar for information and instructions on exporting Endnote references in a variety of file formats. In the Search box type “import” in the search results click on “About Direct Export and Import Formats”.
04-14-2018 07:08 AM
This does seem to happen too often with Endnote in authorityjob. Are Microsoft so unhelpful that they don't give addon providers any time to anticipate the changes? I don't seem to get this happening with other software, but this is my only outside add-on with Word.