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{
"translatorID": "c232361b-798c-499f-b2b1-e21df8c5065d",
"label": "Bookends Endnote XML",
"creator": "Sebastian Karcher",
"target": "xml",
"minVersion": "4.0",
"maxVersion": "",
"priority": 99,
"configOptions": {
"async": true,
"getCollections": true
},
"displayOptions": {
"exportNotes": true,
"exportFileData": false
},
"inRepository": true,
"translatorType": 3,
"lastUpdated": "2019-10-29 01:53:47"
}
function detectImport() {
var doc = Zotero.getXML().documentElement;
if (!doc) {
return false;
} else if (ZU.xpathText(doc, '//record/ref-type')) {
return true;
}
}
//list of Endnote XML fields used for export (same for title, date, periodical, and author fields below)
var fields = ["database", "source-app", "rec-number", "ref-type", "contributors",
"auth-address", "auth-affiliaton", "titles", "periodical", "pages", "volume",
"number", "issue", "secondary-volume", "secondary-issue", "num-vols", "edition",
"section", "reprint-edition", "reprint-status", "keywords", "dates", "pub-location",
"publisher", "orig-pub", "isbn", "accession-num", "call-num", "report-id", "coden",
"electronic-resource-num", "abstract", "label", "image", "caption", "notes",
"research-notes", "work-type", "reviewed-item", "availability", "remote-source",
"meeting-place", "work-location", "work-extent", "pack-method", "size", "repro-ratio",
"remote-database-name", "remote-database-provider", "language", "urls", "access-date",
"modified-date", "custom1", "custom2", "custom3", "custom4", "custom5", "custom6",
"custom7", "misc1", "misc2", "misc3"
];
var titleFields = ["title", "secondary-title", "tertiary-title", "alt-title", "short-title",
"translated-title"
];
var dateFields = ["year", "pub-dates"];
var periodicalFields = ["full-title", "abbr-1", "abbr-2", "abbr-3"];
var authorFields = ["authors", "secondary-authors", "tertiary-authors", "subsidiary-authors",
"translated-authors"
];
var attachmentFields = ["pdf-urls", "text-urls", "related-urls", "image-urls"];
var processItemType = {
Artwork: "artwork",
"Audiovisual Material": "videoRecording",
Bill: "bill",
"Book Section": "bookSection",
Book: "book",
"Case": "case",
Catalog: "book",
"Computer Program": "computerProgram",
"Conference Proceedings": "conferencePaper", //still not clear on paper vs. proceedings
"Web Page": "webpage",
"Generic": "document",
"Hearing": "hearing",
"Journal Article": "journalArticle",
"Magazine Article": "magazineArticle",
Map: "map",
"Film or Broadcast": "film",
"Newspaper Article": "newspaperArticle",
Pamphlet: "manuscript",
Patent: "patent",
"Personal Communication": "letter",
Report: "report",
"Edited Book": "book",
Statute: "statute",
Thesis: "thesis",
"Unpublished Work": "manuscript",
Manuscript: "manuscript",
Figure: "artwork", //mapping
"Chart or Table": "artwork", //mapping?
"Equation": "artwork", //mapping?
"Electronic Article": "journalArticle",
"Electronic Book": "book",
"Online Database": "webpage",
"Government Document": "bill",
"Conference Paper": "presentation",
"Online Multimedia": "webpage",
"Classical Work": "book", //mapping once we have something comparable in Zotero
"Legal Rule or Regulation": "report", //or bill? statute?
"Ancient Text": "book", //mapping
Dictionary: "dictionaryEntry",
Encyclopedia: "encyclopediaArticle",
Grant: "report",
"Aggregated Database": "webpage", //mapping?
"Blog": "blogPost",
"Serial": "book", //should map to periodical once we have that
Standard: "report", //map to standard once we have that
Dataset: "report", //map to dataset once we have that
"Electronic Book Section": "bookSection",
Music: "audioRecording"
};
var processNumberType = {
2: "artwork",
3: "videoRecording",
4: "bill",
5: "bookSection",
6: "book",
7: "case",
8: "book",
9: "computerProgram",
10: "conferencePaper",
12: "webpage",
13: "document",
14: "hearing",
17: "journalArticle",
19: "magazineArticle",
20: "map",
21: "film",
23: "newspaperArticle",
24: "manuscript",
25: "patent",
26: "letter",
27: "report",
28: "book",
31: "statute",
32: "thesis",
34: "manuscript",
36: "manuscript",
37: "artwork",
38: "artwork",
39: "artwork",
43: "journalArticle",
44: "book",
45: "wepage",
46: "bill",
47: "conferencePaper",
48: "webpage",
49: "book",
50: "report",
51: "book",
52: "dictionaryEntry",
53: "encyclopediaArticle",
54: "report",
55: "webpage",
56: "blogPost",
57: "book",
58: "report",
59: "report",
60: "bookSection",
61: "audioRecording"
};
var exportItemType = {
artwork: "Artwork",
audioRecording: "Music",
bill: "Bill",
blogPost: "Blog",
book: "Book",
bookSection: "Book Section",
"case" :"Case",
computerProgram: "Computer Program",
conferencePaper: "Conference Proceedings",
dictionaryEntry: "Dictionary",
document: "Generic",
mail: "Personal Communication",
encyclopediaArticle: "Encyclopedia",
film: "Film or Broadcast",
forumPost: "Web Page",
hearing: "Hearing",
instantMessage: "Personal Communication",
interview: "Personal Communication",
journalArticle: "Journal Article",
letter: "Personal Communication",
magazineArticle: "Magazine Article",
manuscript: "Manuscript",
map: "Map",
newspaperArticle: "Newspaper Article",
patent: "Patent",
podcast: "Film or Broadcast",
presentation: "Conference Paper",
radioBroadcast: "Film or Broadcast",
report: "Report",
statute: "Statute",
thesis: "Thesis",
tvBroadcast: "Film or Broadcast",
videoRecording: "Audiovisual Material",
webpage: "Web Page"
};
var exportRefNumber = {
artwork: "2",
videoRecording: "3",
bill: "4",
blogPost: "56",
book: "6",
bookSection: "5",
"case": "6",
computerProgram: "9",
presentation: "47",
conferencePaper: "10",
dictionaryEntry: "52",
encyclopediaArticle: "53",
film: "21",
podcast: "21",
radioBroadcast: "21",
tvBroadcast: "21",
document: "13",
hearing: "14",
journalArticle: "17",
magazineArticle: "19",
manuscript: "36",
map: "20",
audioRecording: "61",
newspaperArticle: "23",
patent: "25",
email: "26",
instantMessage: "26",
interview: "26",
letter: "26",
report: "27",
statute: "31",
thesis: "32",
forumPost: "12",
webpage: "12"
};
var fieldMap = {
//same for all itemTypes
abstract: "abstractNote",
"call-num": "callNumber",
"electronic-resource-num": "DOI",
"remote-database-name": "libraryCatalog",
"abbr-1": "journalAbbreviation",
"short-title": "shortTitle",
"full-title": "publicationTitle",
language: "language",
"access-date": "accessDate",
//These two are in the RIS - not sure what they'd be in Endnote XML
//DB:"archive",
//AN:"archiveLocation",
//type specific
//tag => field:itemTypes
//if itemType not explicitly given, __default field is used
// unless itemType is excluded in __exclude
"title": {
"__default": "title",
subject: ["email"],
caseName: ["case"],
nameOfAct: ["statute"]
},
"secondary-title": {
code: ["bill", "statute"],
bookTitle: ["bookSection"],
blogTitle: ["blogPost"],
conferenceName: ["conferencePaper"],
dictionaryTitle: ["dictionaryEntry"],
encyclopediaTitle: ["encyclopediaArticle"],
committee: ["hearing"],
forumTitle: ["forumPost"],
websiteTitle: ["webpage"],
programTitle: ["radioBroadcast", "tvBroadcast"],
meetingName: ["presentation"],
seriesTitle: ["computerProgram", "map", "report"],
series: ["book"],
reporter: ["case"],
publicationTitle: ["journalArticle", "magazineArticle", "newspaperArticle"]
},
"tertiary-title": {
legislativeBody: ["hearing", "bill"],
series: ["bookSection", "conferencePaper"],
seriesTitle: ["audioRecording"]
},
//NOT HANDLED: reviewedAuthor, scriptwriter, contributor, guest
"authors": {
"__default": "author",
"artist": ["artwork"],
"cartographer": ["map"],
"composer": ["audioRecording"],
"director": ["film", "radioBroadcast", "tvBroadcast", "videoRecording"],
"interviewee": ["interview"],
"inventor": ["patent"],
"podcaster": ["podcast"],
"programmer": ["computerProgram"]
},
"secondary-authors": {
"sponsor": ["bill"],
"performer": ["audioRecording"],
"presenter": ["presentation"],
"interviewer": ["interview"],
"editor": ["journalArticle", "bookSection", "conferencePaper", "dictionaryEntry", "document",
"encyclopediaArticle"
],
"seriesEditor": ["book", "report"],
"recipient": ["email", "instantMessage", "letter"],
issuingAuthority: ["patent"]
},
"tertiary-authors": {
"cosponsor": ["bill"],
"producer": ["film", "tvBroadcast", "videoRecording", "radioBroadcast"],
"editor": ["book"],
"seriesEditor": ["bookSection", "conferencePaper", "dictionaryEntry", "encyclopediaArticle", "map"]
},
"subsidiary-authors": {
"__default": "translator",
"counsel": ["case"],
"castMember": ["radioBroadcast", "tvBroadcast", "videoRecording"],
"contributor": ["conferencePaper", "film"] //translator does not fit these
},
"work-type": {
"manuscriptType": ["manuscript"],
"websiteType": ["webpage"],
"genre": ["film"],
"postType": ["forumPost"],
"letterType": ["letter"],
"mapType": ["map"],
"presentationType": ["presentation"],
"reportType": ["report"],
"thesisType": ["thesis"]
},
custom1: {
filingDate: ["patent"], //not in spec
scale: ["map"],
place: ["conferencePaper"]
},
custom2: {
issueDate: ["patent"]
//PMCID:["journalArticle"] //handled below since we don't actually have that variable (yet)
},
custom3: {
artworkSize: ["artwork"],
proceedingsTitle: ["conferencePaper"],
runningTime: ["videoRecording"],
country: ["patent"]
},
custom4: {
//RIS has this, but I can't find any reason for that: "creators/wordsBy":["audioRecording"],
"creators/attorneyAgent":["patent"], //we're not using this for export
genre: ["film"]
},
custom5: {
references: ["patent"],
audioRecordingFormat: ["audioRecording", "radioBroadcast"],
videoRecordingFormat: ["film", "tvBroadcast", "videoRecording"]
},
custom6: {
legalStatus: ["patent"],
},
"pub-location": {
"__default": "place",
"__exclude": ["conferencePaper"] //exported/imported as "custom1"
},
"pub-dates": { //also see year when editing
"__default": "date",
dateEnacted: ["statute"],
dateDecided: ["case"],
issueDate: ["patent"]
},
edition: {
"__default": "edition",
// "__ignore":["journalArticle"], //EPubDate.
session: ["bill", "hearing", "statute"],
version: ["computerProgram"]
},
issue: {
"__default": "issue",
numberOfVolumes: ["bookSection"]
},
misc1: {
seriesNumber: ["book"],
billNumber: ["bill"],
system: ["computerProgram"],
documentNumber: ["hearing"],
applicationNumber: ["patent"],
publicLawNumber: ["statute"],
episodeNumber: ["podcast", "radioBroadcast", "tvBroadcast"]
},
misc2: {
manuscriptType: ["manuscript"],
mapType: ["map"],
reportType: ["report"],
thesisType: ["thesis"],
websiteType: ["blogPost", "webpage"],
postType: ["forumPost"],
letterType: ["letter"],
interviewMedium: ["interview"],
presentationType: ["presentation"],
artworkMedium: ["artwork"],
audioFileType: ["podcast"]
},
"num-vols": {
"__default": "numberOfVolumes",
"__exclude": ["bookSection"] //uses "issue" instead
},
"orig-pub": {
history: ["hearing", "statute", "bill", "case"],
priorityNumbers: ["patent"]
},
publisher: {
"__default": "publisher",
label: ["audioRecording"],
court: ["case"],
distributor: ["film"],
assignee: ["patent"],
institution: ["report"],
university: ["thesis"],
company: ["computerProgram"],
studio: ["videoRecording"],
network: ["radioBroadcast", "tvBroadcast"]
},
year: { //duplicate of pud-dates, but this will only output year
"__default": "date",
dateEnacted: ["statute"],
dateDecided: ["case"],
issueDate: ["patent"]
},
section: {
"__default": "section", //though this can refer to pages, start page, etc. for some types. Zotero does not support any of those combinations, however.
"__exclude": ["case"]
},
isbn: {
"__default": "ISBN",
ISSN: ["journalArticle", "magazineArticle", "newspaperArticle"],
patentNumber: ["patent"],
reportNumber: ["report"],
},
pages: {
"__default": "pages",
codePages: ["bill"], //bill
numPages: ["book", "thesis", "manuscript"],
firstPage: ["case"],
runningTime: ["film"]
},
number: {
seriesNumber: ["bookSection", "book"],
issue: ["journalArticle", "magazineArticle"],
docketNumber: ["case"],
artworkSize: ["artwork"]
},
volume: {
"__default": "volume",
codeNumber: ["statute"],
codeVolume: ["bill"],
reporterVolume: ["case"],
"__exclude": ["patent", "webpage"]
}
};
var cache = {};
function getField(field, type) {
if (!cache[type]) cache[type] = {};
//retrieve from cache if available
//it can be false if previous search did not find a mapping
if (cache[type][field] !== undefined) {
return cache[type][field];
}
var zfield = false;
if (typeof (fieldMap[field]) == 'object') {
var def, exclude = false;
for (var f in fieldMap[field]) {
//__ignore is not handled here. It's returned as a Zotero field so it
//can be explicitly excluded from the note attachment
if (f == "__default") {
//store default mapping in case we can't find anything explicit
def = fieldMap[field][f];
continue;
}
if (f == "__exclude") {
if (fieldMap[field][f].indexOf(type) != -1) {
exclude = true; //don't break. Let explicit mapping override this
}
continue;
}
if (fieldMap[field][f].indexOf(type) != -1) {
zfield = f;
break;
}
}
//assign default value if not excluded
if (!zfield && def && !exclude) zfield = def;
} else if (typeof (fieldMap[field]) == 'string') {
zfield = fieldMap[field];
}
cache[type][field] = zfield;
return zfield;
}
function doImport() {
if (typeof Promise == 'undefined') {
startImport(
function () {},
function (e) {
throw e;
}
);
}
else {
return new Promise(function (resolve, reject) {
startImport(resolve, reject);
});
}
}
function startImport(resolve, reject) {
try {
var xml = Zotero.getXML();
var records = ZU.xpath(xml, "//record");
importNext(records, 0, resolve, reject);
}
catch (e) {
reject(e);
}
}
function importNext(records, index, resolve, reject) {
try {
//Z.debug(records.length)
for (var i = index, n = records.length; i < n; i++) {
Z.setProgress(i/n*100);
var record = records[i];
newItem = new Zotero.Item();
//we prefer the name of the ref-type as it e.g. works with Mendeley and probably other Endnote 7 exports
newItem.itemType = processItemType[ZU.xpathText(record, './/ref-type/@name')];
//fall back to ref-type number
if (!newItem.itemType) newItem.itemType = processNumberType[ZU.xpathText(record, './/ref-type')];
//fall back to journal Article if all else fails
if (!newItem.itemType) newItem.itemType = "journalArticle";
var notecache = [];
//Z.debug(newItem.itemType)
for (var j = 0; j < record.children.length; j++) {
var node = record.children[j];
var field = node.nodeName;
var zfield;
if (zfield = getField(field, newItem.itemType)) {
if (zfield.indexOf("creators") != -1) {
var authortype = zfield.replace(/creators\//, "");
newItem.creators.push(ZU.cleanAuthor(node.textContent, authortype))
} else if (ZU.fieldIsValidForType(zfield, newItem.itemType)) {
if (zfield == 'abstractNote') {
// Preserve newlines
newItem[zfield] = processField(node, true)
.replace(/\r\n?/g, '\n');
} else {
newItem[zfield] = processField(node);
}
}
else {
notecache.push(field + ": " + processField(node));
}
} else if (field == "titles" || field == "periodical" || field == "alt-periodical") {
for (var k = 0; k < node.children.length; k++) {
var subnode = node.children[k];
var subfield = subnode.nodeName;
if (zfield = getField(subfield, newItem.itemType)) {
//Z.debug(zfield)
if (ZU.fieldIsValidForType(zfield, newItem.itemType)) {
newItem[zfield] = processField(subnode);
}
else {
notecache.push(field + ": " + processField(subnode));
}
} else {
notecache.push(subfield + ": " + processField(subnode));
}
}
} else if (field == "contributors") {
for (var k = 0; k < node.children.length; k++) {
var subnode = node.children[k];
var subfield = subnode.nodeName;
var authortype;
if (authortype = getField(subfield, newItem.itemType)) {
var creators = subnode.getElementsByTagName("author");
for (var l = 0; l < creators.length; l++) {
if (authortype) {
newItem.creators.push(ZU.cleanAuthor(creators[l].textContent, authortype, true));
}
else {
notecache.push(subfield + ": " + processField(subnode));
}
}
} else {
notecache.push(subfield + ": " + processField(subnode));
}
}
} else if (field == "dates") {
var date = node.getElementsByTagName("pub-dates");
var year = node.getElementsByTagName("year");
if (date.length > 0 && year.length > 0) {
date = date[0].getElementsByTagName("date")[0].textContent.trim();
year = year[0].textContent.trim();
if (date.search(/\d{4}/) != -1) newItem.date = date;
else newItem.date = date + " " + year;
} else if (date.length > 0) {
newItem.date = date[0].firstChild.textContent;
} else if (year.length > 0) {
newItem.date = year[0].textContent;
} else if (node.textContent.trim().length > 0) {
//there is only copyright note left;
notecache.push("copyright-dates: " + node.textContent)
}
} else if (field == "notes" || field == "research-notes") {
newItem.notes.push(
'<p>' + processField(node, true, 'note')
.split(/(?:\r\n|\r(?!\n)|\n){2,}/) // Double newlines (or more) are paragraphs
.join('</p><p>')
.replace(/[\r\n]+/g, '<br/>') // Single newlines are just new lines
+ '</p>'
);
} else if (field == "keywords") {
for (var k = 0; k < node.children.length; k++) {
var subnode = node.children[k];
newItem.tags.push(subnode.textContent.trim())
}
} else if (field == "urls") {
for (var k = 0; k < node.children.length; k++) {
var subnode = node.children[k];
var attachmenttype = "";
switch (subnode.nodeName){
case "text-urls":
case "related-urls":
attachmenttype="text/html";
break;
case "web-urls":
attachmenttype="url";
break;
case "pdf-urls":
attachmenttype="application/pdf";
}
for (var l = 0; l < subnode.children.length; l++) {
if (subnode.children[l].nodeType == 3) continue;
var filepath = subnode.children[l].textContent;
if (!filepath) continue
//support for EndNote's relative paths
filepath = filepath.replace(/^internal-pdf:\/\//i, 'PDF/').trim();
var filename = filepath.replace(/.+\//, "").replace(/\.[^\.]+$/, "");
filename = decodeURIComponent(filename)
filepath = decodeURIComponent(filepath).replace(/\/localhost\//, "//")
if (attachmenttype == "url") {
newItem.url = subnode.textContent;
} else {
newItem.attachments.push({
title: filename,
path: filepath,
mimeType: attachmenttype
})
}
}
}
} else if (field.search(/custom[237]/) != -1 &&
(newItem.itemType == "book" || newItem.itemType == "bookSection" || newItem.itemType == "journalArticle")) {
//it'd be nice if we could do PMIDs as well, but doesn't look like they're mapped and we can't test for them reliably
if (node.textContent.search(/PMC\d+/i) != -1) {
newItem.extra = "PMCID: " + node.textContent.match(/PMC\d+/i)[0];
}
} else if (field == "database" || field == "source-app" || field == "rec-number" || field == "ref-type"
|| field == "foreign-keys"){
//skipping these fields
} else {
notecache.push(node.nodeName + ": " + processField(node));
}
}
if (notecache.length > 0){
newItem.notes.push({note: "The following values have no corresponding Zotero field:<br/>" + notecache.join("<br/>"), tags: ['_EndnoteXML import']})
}
var maybePromise = newItem.complete();
if (maybePromise) {
maybePromise.then(function () {
importNext(records, i + 1, resolve, reject);
});
return;
}
}
}
catch (e) {
reject(e);
}
resolve();
}
function doExport() {
Zotero.setCharacterSet("utf-8");
var parser = new DOMParser();
var doc = parser.parseFromString('<xml/>', 'application/xml');
var records = doc.createElement("records");
var item;
while (item = Zotero.nextItem()) {
// Don't export notes or standalone attachments
if (item.itemType === "note" || item.itemType === "attachment") continue;
var record = doc.createElement("record");
for (var f=0; f<fields.length; f++) {
switch (fields[f]) {
case 'database':
mapProperty(record, "database", "MyLibrary", {
"name": "MyLibrary"
});
break;
case 'source-app':
mapProperty(record, "source-app", "Zotero", {
"name": "Zotero"
});
break;
case 'ref-type':
var type = exportItemType[item.itemType];
var typeNumber = exportRefNumber[item.itemType];
mapProperty(record, "ref-type", typeNumber, {
"name": type
})
break;
case 'titles':
var titles = doc.createElement("titles");
for (var i = 0; i < titleFields.length; i++) {
var titleField = titleFields[i];
var zfield = getField(titleField, item.itemType);
if (item[zfield]) mapProperty(titles, titleField, item[zfield]);
}
record.appendChild(titles);
break;
case 'contributors':
if (item.creators.length > 0) {
var contributors = doc.createElement("contributors");
for (var i = 0; i < authorFields.length; i++) {
var custom4 =[];
var creatornode = doc.createElement(authorFields[i]);
var type = getField(authorFields[i], item.itemType);
for (var j = 0; j < item.creators.length; j++) {
if (item.creators[j].creatorType == type) {
var name = item.creators[j].lastName;
if (item.creators[j].firstName) name += ", " + item.creators[j].firstName;
mapProperty(creatornode, "author", name);
}
//deal with creators that are mapped to regular fields, currently only one
else if (item.creators[j].creatorType=="attorneyAgent") {
var name = item.creators[j].lastName;
if (item.creators[j].firstName) name += ", " + item.creators[j].firstName;
custom4.push(name);
}
}
if (creatornode.hasChildNodes()) {
contributors.appendChild(creatornode);
}
}
if (custom4.length>0){
mapProperty(record, "custom4", custom4.join("; "));
}
record.appendChild(contributors);
}
break;
case 'dates':
var dates = doc.createElement("dates");
var zfield = getField("pub-dates", item.itemType);
if (item[zfield]) {
var dateobject = ZU.strToDate(item[zfield]);
if (dateobject.year) mapProperty(dates, "year", dateobject.year);
var pubdates = doc.createElement("pub-dates");
dates.appendChild(pubdates);
mapProperty(pubdates, "date", item[zfield]);
}
record.appendChild(dates);
break;
case 'periodical':
var periodical = doc.createElement("periodical");
var zfield = getField("full-title", item.itemType);
if (item[zfield]) {
mapProperty(periodical, "full-title", item[zfield]);
}
var zfield = getField("abbr-1", item.itemType);
if (item[zfield]) {
mapProperty(periodical, "abbr-1", item[zfield]);
}
if (periodical.children.length > 0) record.appendChild(periodical);
break;
case 'keywords':
if (item.tags.length > 0) {
var keywords = doc.createElement("keywords");
for (var i = 0; i < item.tags.length; i++) {
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"type": "import",
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{
"itemType": "journalArticle",
"title": "Plain <b>Bold</b><i> Italics</i> Underline <sup>Superscript</sup> <sub>Subscript</sub> SymbolFont CourierNew SmallerSize Size12 <b><i><sup>TimesNewRoman-Bold-Italics-Underline-Superscript</sup></i></b>",
"creators": [],
"attachments": [],
"tags": [],
"notes": [],
"seeAlso": []
}
]
}
]
/** END TEST CASES **/
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