Otonicara wrote:1.) Which tag should be used in code bellow to capture Category Metadata in Access Export?
xTicker = win32api.GetProfileVal( "NewFeedItem" , "ItemMetadata/Category" , "" , configFilename )
This is not going to work
Get the <tt>ItemMetadata</tt> value, and then parse it <u>as XML</u> to get the item category.
Otonicara wrote:2.) Which tag should be used in code bellow too capture Description. This is standard field however I do not find the filed in logfile.
I think you're guessing at how things are supposed to work. <tt>ItemDescription</tt> is not how you get an item's description. If you look at your log file, you can see the <tt>ItemContent1_Content</tt> field.
Otonicara wrote:HOOK INSPECTION: Log File
ItemTitle=CORRECTION FROM SOURCE: PlayBOX in Negotiations to Acquire New Visions Mobile%0A*0
ItemMetadata=<value>CORRECTION FROM SOURCE: PlayBOX in Negotiations to Acquire New Visions Mobile</value><group><value>http://www.marketwire.com/mw/release.do?id=882770&sourceType=3</value></group><group><value>OTC Bulletin Board:PYBX</value><value>http://www.marketwire.com/rss/stock</value></group><value>1216986300</value>
ItemContent1_Content=LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - July 25, 2008)
ORIGINAL SOURCE INSPECTION:
<title>Telenor to appeal Siberian verdict in collusive lawsuit instigated by Alfa</title>
<description><p>OSLO, NORWAY--(Marketwire - August 16, 2008) - (Fornebu, Norway - August 16, 2008) A court in
the Siberian city of
Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia shortly after 2 am Saturday morning local
time issued a verdict holding Telenor liable for USD 2,824,125,677 in
damages plus RUR 460,000 in costs for allegedly having delayed
VimpelCom's acquisition of Ukrainian Radio Systems, a small Ukrainian
mobile operator. Telenor strongly believes the claimant Farimex is
affiliated with the Alfa Group and that the case has no merit.
Telenor is confident it will prevail in reversing the decision on
<pubDate>Sat, 16 Aug 2008 03:38:00 EDT</pubDate>
The bit you've given from your log file doesn't match the bit you've given from the original feed (look at the titles and URL's).