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(April 8, 2003) – XMLSPY 5 Release 4 is now available from Altova. Presently, organizations are engaging in the development of customized XML content editing and data-entry applications which help increase the reusability of corporate information assets, resulting in greater productivity and cost savings in creating business content. Altova has enhanced key features in its XML Development Environment, XMLSPY 5, which are commonly required in creating customized XML content and data editing applications. The new version of XMLSPY is available immediately for free trial download. XMLSPY 5 builds on the success of previous versions through the addition of: Enhanced WebDAV Support - Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is a standardized set of extensions to the HTTP (web) protocol, which allows users to collaboratively edit and manage XML files located... (more)

New York's Tioga County Chooses Xenos As Its Technology Partner

The Deputy Treasurer and Budget Officer of New York's Tioga County has gone on record as to the secret behind ithe county's ability to streamline the distribution of information and eliminate the potential for human errors as it processes a wide variety of forms for human resource and finance applications: it's an enterprise-class report and document management solution called infoWEB. infoWEB is a solution brought to market by Xenos Group, Inc., to help organizations create powerful new Information Supply Chains that streamline and simplify the conversion of data and content int... (more)

Interview with Sanjay Manchanda of B-Bop

XML-J: What is your role as the chief marketing officer at B-Bop? Manchanda: As CMO at an early-stage start-up I wear several hats. However, my main focus is on marketing and product strategy as well as business development, that is, establishing partnerships with ISVs and VARs to create revenue opportunities for B-Bop. XML-J: Can you give our readers a brief introduction to what B-Bop does and how you started? Manchanda: B-Bop started from the simple idea that the real value of the Web was in automating the intercompany business processes and information exchange. We realized, So... (more)

Interview...with Philippe Vauclair

XML-J: Tell us what IXIASOFT does, what you're all about. Vauclair: We have an XML server that's a repository, an indexing engine, and a search engine all built into one item. It's specifically targeted toward developers, integrators, and people looking to integrate an XML database component to the applications they're building. XML-J: How does that differ from some of the other XML servers on the market? Vauclair: First of all, it's really geared to be embedded within applications, so for that purpose we have APIs that are documented. Also we have a price point that makes it afford... (more)

Interview With Gordan Van Huizin

XML-J: What's the focus of Progress Software? Gordon: Our primary focus is connectivity and standards - connectivity from the SonicMQ messaging infrastructure into other messaging infrastructures and support of nonmessaging Internet protocols. We're also very focused on standards initiatives that relate to XML messaging. XML-J: Do you work with messaging buses like TIBCO? Gordon: Yes, we've developed a best-of-breed messaging implementation based on the JMS standard. People are basing more and more of their new applications on the open standards of JMS, and selecting product values ... (more)