Thanks for the reply. I downloaded and installed wvWare0.7.1 and it
works beautifully. I didn't have to make any change in gsConvert.pl . I
replaced the old wvWare binary with the new one and copied the new
wvHtml.xml to "%GSDLHOME%/etc/wv/wvWhtml.xml".
On Tue, 2 Apr 2002, John R. McPherson wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 01, 2002 at 05:22:59PM +0530, Jayalakshmi-DS wrote:
> > So the problem is with the Word version being used. A new release of
> > wvWare 0.7.1 is available which can handle word 2000 also. What are the
> > changes to be made in gsConvert.pl if this is to be used? Is this
> > possible?
> Our gsConvert.pl script just does a call to wvWare - under windows,
> we assume that wvWare is on the user's path, which includes
> %GSDLHOME%/bin/windows after the user has run setup.bat (this
> is from the command line). If you put the new version of wvWare
> in your path somewhere and rename the old one, (or to avoid problems
> it might be easier just to replace the old wvWare binary), then
> things should work. Also, one thing to be aware of is that the
> gsConvert.pl script also gives the path to the wvWare configuration
> file - "%GSDLHOME%/etc/wv/wvWhtml.xml". This should be alright
> assuming that the config syntax hasn't changed between our version
> and the current version of wvWare.
> John McPherson