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XMLSpy 2007 - Upgrade now and save up to 52%!
Version 2007 adds must-have functionality to the world's leading XML editor. And, you can save 36-52% when you upgrade to the latest version! New features of XMLSpy® 2007 include: * Revolutionary updates to graphical WSDL editor * Significant memory and speed optimizations * Find-in-files window for find & replace across multiple files & projects * Improved generation of XML instances from XSD/DTD and vice versa * Tighter Visual Studio integration *Support for embedding XMLSpy in your apps via ActiveX control Now, for a limited time, you will save an additional 20%* off the already discounted price when you upgrade to Version 2007 from a previous version of XMLSpy! This results in a total effective discount of 36 to 52% off the list price of XMLSpy 2007.

Type: XML  #Views: 98  Category: Article    

SPECIAL OFFER! XML Suite 2007 - Get DatabaseSpy FREE with any purchase or upgrade
Get Altova DatabaseSpy free with any XML Suite 2007 purchase or upgrade! The specialized applications that make up Altova’s XML tools product line also comprise the new Altova XML Suite 2007. In addition to new Enterprise Editions of XMLSpy 2007, MapForce 2007, and StyleVision 2007, the Altova Enterprise XML Suite 2007 includes SchemaAgent™ 2007, SemanticWorks™ 2007, and now DiffDog® 2007 – the developer’s dedicated, XML-aware differencing utility. The Altova Professional XML Suite bundles new Professional Editions of XMLSpy, MapForce, and StyleVision. Both the Enterprise and Professional Editions of the Altova XML Suite offer a 50% savings off the price of purchasing the included products individually*. Now more affordable than ever, the pricing of the Altova XML Suites has been slashed for Version 2007, offering substantial decreases compared to pricing for Version 2006. PLUS customers who purchase a new license or an upgrade to the Altova XML Suite 2007, or purchase an SMP renewal for an existing Altova XML Suite license, will receive a free license for Altova’s latest product – DatabaseSpy 2007. Altova DatabaseSpy is the unique multi-database data management, query, and design tool. It is designed as a universal tool that connects to all major databases, easing SQL editing and database structure design. Features like visual layout, drag and drop control, syntax coloring, code completion, multiple export formats, and more all save time and ensure accuracy. It is the one tool to finally liberate data management.

Type: XML  #Views: 158  Category: Article    

Altova XML Suite 2006
Save half off the price of the five leading XML developer tools! The Altova XML Suite 2006 is the most comprehensive XML development toolset, delivering the highest functionality and greatest product value. It bundles the world’s best selling XML tools including XMLSpy, MapForce, and StyleVision, plus SemanticWorks and SchemaAgent. Altova XMLSpy is the industry standard XML development environment for modeling, editing, transforming, and debugging XML-related technologies. It offers the industry leading XML editor, the original graphical schema designer, a code generator, file converters, debuggers, profilers, support for XSLT, XQuery, WSDL, SOAP, and more.

Type: XML  #Views: 391  Category: Article    

XML in 10 points
XML, XLink, Namespace, DTD, Schema, CSS, XHTML ... If you are new to XML, it may be hard to know where to begin. This summary in 10 points attempts to capture enough of the basic concepts to enable a beginner to see the forest through the trees. And if you are giving a presentation on XML, why not start with these 10 points?

Type: XML  #Views: 722  Category: Article    

EDI Tools
Stylus Studio EDI Tools include utilities for converting EDIFACT to XML, X12 to XML, and bi-directional adapters for deploying them.

Type: XML  #Views: 339  Category: Article    

XMLFox Advance XML Editor
XMLFox Advance is an intuitive xml and xml schema(XSD) editor, allows the xml developer to create schemas and show a visual representation of what the xml document will look like for that schema. XMLFox Advance XML/XSD tool is a sequel of the well-known world-leading XMLFox freeware XML/XSD Editor. Like its precursor, the XMLFox Advance has the same user-friendly interface. XMLFox Advance is an advanced XMLFox XML/XSD Editor with the following new attractive features: It allows you to convert XML encoding. Especially from/to UTF-16. Let's say you have XML file with "utf-8" encoding. Now by using XMLFox Advance you can easily convert whole "utf-8" encoded XML to "utf-16" encoding and vise versa. There are several other encodings are supported. The special interface on XML Tree view has been designed that allows modify XML record in a table/row representation in a Grid-style window. XMLFox Advance supports Validation an XML against an XSD schema. XML content could be validated against an XSD schema located inside your XML and against an XSD schema located outside as well. XMLFox Advance considers any XML file as a database. Since the XML is a database it has tables that are related to each other somehow. The tool provides Relationships interface window with the possibility to add/update/delete XML tables. XMLFox Advance has a drop-down toolbar on Grid view pane. The following buttons are located on the toolbar: Create new table Table design Print Filter The XMLFox Advance Filter interface helps you to display only those records in an XML table that match one or more criteria. For example, you want to see the products whose price is equal $50. Instead of opening the whole table in Grid view and scanning the entire list, you can apply a filter. Font Relationships The XMLFox Advance allows you to browse the Relationships between tables in XML. XMLFox Advance considers any XML file as a relational database. Since the XML is a database it has tables that are related to each other somehow. One of the strengths of a relational database is the ability to relate or associate information about various items in the database. Convert to In XMLFox Advance you can output data to several other data format files. The Editor allows you export XML tables or whole XML to the following data files: TXT; convert into CSV (Comma Separated Value) file, convert into HTML page, create MS Access database, and create Excel file. When you export XML you have the following two options: 1. "Convert the current XML table only" that allows you export selected XML table. 2. "Export whole XML according to its structure" XSL designer interface. Besides editing and validating an XML document the XMLFox Advance allows you to generate special XSL document, which will accompany your final XML document with a template XSL style-sheet. Both of these files can be used for your further needs such as: web-applications, reports, presentations, and so on.

Type: XML  #Views: 954  Category: Article    

An XML Developer's New Years Resolutions
XML Humor: New years resolutions for all XML developers.

Type: XML  #Views: 499  Category: Article    

Bowne First to Participate in SEC's XBRL Pilot Program
Bowne Financial Print, the world's largest financial printer, leading EDGAR filer and a division of Bowne & Co., Inc. (NYSE: BNE), is the first company to make a filing in XBRL through the SEC's new XBRL Pilot Program. XBRL technology helps to significantly improve the collection, processing, dissemination and analysis of financial data - hence facilitating the comparison of corporate earnings and other financial statements across companies, industries and reporting periods. Read more....

Type: XML  #Views: 723  Category: Article    

Putting XML in the fast lane
The technology known as Extensible Markup Language has become a nearly universal way to share information online. But there's a growing recognition that XML's benefits sometimes come with a price tag: sluggish performance.

Type: XML  #Views: 1383  Category: Article    

SAML 2: The Building Blocks of Federated Identity
For some, nothing beats the adventure of setting off on a trip to some faraway land carrying nothing but a toothbrush and a guidebook. Traveling to some remote locale and bringing little of the comforts of home is what makes it interesting and rewarding-no Holiday Inn for these hardy souls.

Type: XML  #Views: 1256  Category: Article    

Eyes, wallets wide open to XML traffic woes in 2005
Enterprise affection for XML Web services may have C-level hearts fluttering over the immediate efficiency and productivity gains, but the other shoe is about to drop in this relationship.

Type: XML  #Views: 792  Category: Article    

W3C Issues XInclude 1.0 as a W3C Recommendation
Strengthening the XML family, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has published XML Inclusions (XInclude) Version 1.0 as a W3C Recommendation. XInclude 1.0 provides a method for merging multiple XML documents into a single composite document.

Type: XML  #Views: 805  Category: Article    

Text Configuration Files And XML
Configuration files are a problem for both operating systems and applications. Where do you keep them, how are they structured?

Type: XML  #Views: 899  Category: Article    

Eyes, wallets wide open to XML traffic woes in 2005
Enterprise affection for XML Web services may have C-level hearts fluttering over the immediate efficiency and productivity gains, but the other shoe is about to drop in this relationship.

Type: XML  #Views: 615  Category: Article    

Converting XML Nodes into Objects
Paul Kimmel explains a seldom-documented but useful technique for reconstituting an XML node in a web.config or app.config file into an object. This technique is used by Microsoft programmers in valuable tools such as the Exception Management Application Block (EMAB) to permit you to treat an XML node as a persisted XML object.

Type: XML  #Views: 777  Category: Article    

A pattern for utilizing the power of XML for non-XML data
Many XML technologies and tools, such as XSL for transforming or formatting XML data, are useful and powerful. In some cases, it even makes sense to use XML technologies to process non-XML data. This article introduces the idea of handling non-XML data with XML technologies based on the author's experience developing a data transformation tool. The key point here is to XMLize the non-XML file format first, and then further process the generated XML files with a corresponding XML technology.

Type: XML  #Views: 764  Category: Article    

How to Create a REST Protocol
If you follow web services, then you may have heard of REST. REST is an architectural style that can be used to guide the construction of web services. Recently, there have been attempts to create such services that have met with mixed success. This article outlines a series of steps you can follow in creating your protocol--guidance that will help you get all the benefits that REST has to offer, while avoiding common pitfalls.

Type: XML  #Views: 688  Category: Article    

The Next-Generation Data Tier: A Repository for Integration Assets
Data tiers hold the promise of vastly simplifying application maintenance and reducing the number of redundant data stores in your organization.

Type: XML  #Views: 673  Category: Article    

XML Creation Tool Helps Mesh Different Technologies
Blast Radius is helping companies make better use of their corporate data by using the company's open source XML content management and creation tools. Various businesses are employing the technology so they can work with and utilize mixed data types.

Type: XML  #Views: 765  Category: Article    

Using Customized Schema Constraints
Last month we looked at XSLT's role in the reference implementation for Schematron, a schema language that lets you express many constraints that can't be expressed in RELAX NG (RNG) or the W3C Schema language (XSD). Instead of defining an entire schema, Schematron rules usually supplement the structural and typing rules described using one of the other two languages—or perhaps even written as a DTD—so that a Schematron rule set typically accompanies a schema written in one of the other languages.

Type: XML  #Views: 657  Category: Article    

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