Thanks Dan,

If you want to be real simple and don't have to import often you can
import the XML into Microsoft Excel and then export it as a CSV, then
CPYFRMIMPF into the PF or use the Excel database connection to import to
your table. OpenOffice also has nice tools for this.

I knew that, but was hoping to automate.

You could also do a simple XSLT to transform the XML into CSV provided
you have java or some other such animal with JAXP support.

this sounds promising, but might be as much trouble as Scott's stuff.

I downloaded his save files for http and xml apis, I might just sneak
it into production...

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