I need a web scraper written for the .xlsx file in the following directory:
[login to view URL]
The latest .xlsx file within that directory will need to be downloaded.
The name of the file is subject to change daily and will need to be identified by the latest .xlsx extension.
The output should be a pipe (|) delimited file with the following column mappings:
origin_city --> data located in column "C"
origin_state --> data located in column "D"
ship_date --> the date from column "A" changed to the YYYY-MM-DD format
destination_city --> data located in column "F"
destination_state --> data located in column "G"
receive_date --> leave blank
trailer_type --> the abbreviation located in column "B"
load_size --> data located in column "I"
weight --> data located in column "K", add three zeros to end of data (ie. 40 = 40000)
length --> data located in column "J"
width --> leave blank
height --> leave blank
trip_miles --> leave blank
pay_rate --> leave blank
contact_phone --> leave blank
contact_name --> leave blank
tarp_required --> leave blank
comment --> leave blank
load_number --> leave blank
commodity --> leave blank
The first line of the output should contain all of the column headers.
Any field that contain no data should be left blank.
Please do not use words like "null" or "blank" in blank columns.
Below is a sample output of the first 5 columns using sample data:
The deliverable will be a Perl .pl file that must run on
Ubuntu Linux and must use Modern::Perl. The Perl .pl file
should be called '[login to view URL]' and the output file should be
called '[login to view URL]'
It will be scheduled in cron to run unattended every 15 minutes.
Please specific what language/OS/modules you plan to use.
Also, please include the word "raccoon" in your bid so I know that
you read this description.
Thank you for your invitation! I'll provide you a Perl scraping script that will download XLSX file, parse it and save into pipe separated output file.
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I've never seen a raccoon before, but I am happy to help! This is a simple task and I can start right away. I am using debian and I would right this script in python.